- June 22, 2020 at 10:21 am #9142JulianParticipant
As part of the models being independent from one another design-wise (less so correlation wise), auto trading is designed the same way. I was wondering if there are any thoughts towards making auto trading more fluid versus what is currently present (while one can have multiple auto trades in place, only one currency considered at a time). What I mean that is even if two models are both open, the auto trade converts from one currency to another when it is predicted the other currency will have greater gains that are balanced with other concepts. So take the past 24 hours for example: while BTC/ETH/BCH are all open, ETH has had the most gains. Converting from these other currencies to ETH would have been advantageous.
- June 22, 2020 at 10:34 am #9143JulianParticipant
At times it feels like the models are a bit too independent from one another as BTC correlates reasonably well with the others, yet predictions of a 5% 24 hr gain by BTC with 0.1% 24 hr gain by ETH happens (with gains right now thus far reporting significantly greater gains for ETH vs BTC after passing the 232 resistance)
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