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Claire Voyant
Posted - 2011.08.23 19:49:00 - [1651]
 

Originally by: Devai Starchild
Originally by: Claire Voyant

You accused everyone who owned tech of having a "brain impairment" and it was 4 months instead of 3 and 7 minutes instead of 5. So excuse me for paraphrasing.

Edit: When will you learn it is not technical analysis we hate, it is you.



Originally by: Vaerah Vahrokha
Edited by: Vaerah Vahrokha on 25/07/2011 14:42:12
Technetium seen from another perspective: Linkage.

It'd have taken some serious brain impairment to manage to lose on Tech.


Those two statements do not look the same.

Follow his link. It is a post that says we all should have seen the tech crash coming since March. Unfortunately, that link was posted in July, 4 months too late and only 7 minutes before he called us all "brain impaired" for missing the signal. It also happened to be posted two months after the crash and a week after the bottom. Predicting the past is a hell of a lot easier than predicting the future.

trance atlas
Posted - 2011.08.24 03:34:00 - [1652]
 

Originally by: Claire Voyant
Originally by: Devai Starchild
Originally by: Claire Voyant

You accused everyone who owned tech of having a "brain impairment" and it was 4 months instead of 3 and 7 minutes instead of 5. So excuse me for paraphrasing.

Edit: When will you learn it is not technical analysis we hate, it is you.



Originally by: Vaerah Vahrokha
Edited by: Vaerah Vahrokha on 25/07/2011 14:42:12
Technetium seen from another perspective: Linkage.

It'd have taken some serious brain impairment to manage to lose on Tech.


Those two statements do not look the same.

Follow his link. It is a post that says we all should have seen the tech crash coming since March. Unfortunately, that link was posted in July, 4 months too late and only 7 minutes before he called us all "brain impaired" for missing the signal. It also happened to be posted two months after the crash and a week after the bottom. Predicting the past is a hell of a lot easier than predicting the future.



Other than getting ****ed of at my brain because of the huge amount of unneeded quotes and the fake market vodoo I see no dub v calling anyone stupid

Claire Voyant
Posted - 2011.08.24 04:04:00 - [1653]
 

Originally by: trance atlas
Other than getting p*ssed off at my brain because of the huge amount of unneeded quotes and the fake market vodoo I see no dub v calling anyone stupid

Pardon me for beating a dead horse, but "brain impairment" is at least as bad as calling someone stupid because stupidity can be temporary. Perhaps the problem is the lack of context. He was referring to people that lost money in the tech crash from May to July when it went from over 120k to 80k. He thinks they're stupid because they didn't have his magic crystal ball otherwise known as TTHS (for twenty-twenty hind-sight.)

(Did you know you can see the hidden curse words when you quote someone? How useful.)

Jerry Pepridge
Posted - 2011.08.24 04:21:00 - [1654]
 

Claire: no reason to sperg butthurt across 3 pages. VV likes technical analysis (98% of ppl know its voodoo, you being one of them.) get over it

VV: tl:dr as usual, please make a new thread when you leave so claire can stop being mad.


Vaerah Vahrokha
Minmatar
Vahrokh Consulting
Posted - 2011.08.24 07:02:00 - [1655]
 

Edited by: Vaerah Vahrokha on 24/08/2011 07:58:29
This reply was so appropriate it deserve a temporary exception to my usual not replying to you.

Originally by: Jerry Pepridge
Claire: no reason to sperg butthurt across 3 pages. VV likes technical analysis (98% of ppl know its voodoo, you being one of them.) get over it

VV: tl:dr as usual, please make a new thread when you leave so claire can stop being mad.




1) I am almost tempted to not leave since Claire Voyant rosicking and forum PvP are one of the best EvE experiences in this game.

2) Standard industrial processes involve wave and pattern analysis, no one call them voodoo. It'd be voodoo if someone came to tell he got "The Obscure System" you have to pay a bunch for. Instead, it's 2 years I explain all I can in detail and for free.

I am sorry that people are so scared of trying something when every tool, every "rule", everything about how to do it is freely available and can be *tested* by anyone who want.

All it takes is to be able to see beyond the blinders and to stop being old bigots at 30 years old.


Edit:

About testing, when I tested what I use to trade I produced an ETA equity curve starting from a wallet of just 4,500 euros.
I had to make one per different equity because the testing software won't allow to mix multiple currencies or trade multiple markets.

Here are the results:

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Not being able to backtest multiple markets trades at the same time made for very long timespans since the trading opportunities per currecny may come once every 3 RL months. In real trading you may use 50+ currency markets together so you don't get those months long "gaps" and those displayed times would be drastically reduced.

Oh'Freddled Gruntbuggly
Posted - 2011.08.24 19:07:00 - [1656]
 

Originally by: Vaerah Vahrokha

As for RL, people elected those who made those lol bailouts, they got who and what they asked for.


They also got your money.


Akita T
Caldari Navy Volunteer Task Force
Posted - 2011.09.09 01:55:00 - [1657]
 

Well, it was a nice run, but these forums are closing.
Not going to bother to recreate this thread on the new forums, it's pointless.

For posterity's sake, "The Forge" regional averages at this date:
Technetium - 100.5k (relatively stable for the past 6 weeks or so, after a peak at 130k in May 2011)
Neodymium - 21.5k (relatively stable for the past 4 months, after a peak at 55k in Feb 2011)
Dysprosium - 9.6k (fluctuations between 9k and 15k for the entire past year)
Promethium - 5.8k (fluctuations between 4k and 10k for the entire past year)

Not QUITE as different from what was predicted, but different enough. Underestimating the stockpiles was not a good idea.


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