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Those are simple indicators every trading platform provides. I'm talking about finding the correlation between different indicators and price movement. You have to be careful about traders that show results of algorithms - they tend not to show the bad trades.

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Ive done the same thing with a trading bot, for stocks and cryptocurrency. It looks at all the main technical indicators, and some of my own indicators, then simulates with diferent variables to see what algorithms are most profitable. But without modelling cause and effect, its just curve fitting. It already works, but im still refining it.

I would post a screenshot but im not at my pc.
Show a visual of your work

Ps. The indicators in the earlier 2pics are not "simple indicators every trading platform provides" as you put it.
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Below is the interface but it doesnt show what's under the hood:



The important part is in the backtesting, where I can ask the software to run simulations with any combination of indicators, AND with any parameters. It will re-run test repeatedly and show the profit/loss results for each combination. The idea behind it is to determine which combinations are most profitable.

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Roulette better than slot machine

 

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