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April 23, 2013, 09:59:40 PM
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Is there a 32bit version out yet?Huh?
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April 23, 2013, 10:16:40 PM
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Is there a 32bit version out yet?Huh?

Java bytecode (and source code) is platform independent.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/783662/java-32-bit-vs-64-bit-compatibility

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bitcoin-cli sendtoaddress 1Aidan4r4rqoCBprfp2dVZeYosZ5ryVqH6 `bitcoin-cli getbalance`
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April 24, 2013, 05:17:08 PM
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Okay, so why is nothing happening when I click on Isis ATP or whatever the jar file is?Huh I fking hate this github bullshit. What happened to the good old days where I download an exe and get an icon on my desktop that runs everything? gaaahhhhh!
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April 24, 2013, 05:30:57 PM
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Okay, so why is nothing happening when I click on Isis ATP or whatever the jar file is?Huh

click?

https://github.com/aido/AidoATP#usage

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April 24, 2013, 08:58:10 PM
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Thank you!!!! What exactly do the lines "bid logic" and "ask logic" mean in the config? Also, what algorithms (or combinations) do you guys use and what kinds of yields do you get?
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April 24, 2013, 10:01:04 PM
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I have been using the example in the "read me"

Have had a play with max ticker age too

And risk level !

All gives different results

At the moment got ticker age set to 60
Risk set to 1
And max loss set to 40
I had a Equivalent BitCoin value of 3.5 to start
Now have 3.6 during the last 12 hours

Best to use Simulation mode overnight
Then look at the p/l values
Then tweak the settings

I am no rocket scientist just doing trial and error
At night then putting to practise during the day



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April 24, 2013, 11:24:07 PM
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Security Favor?


Win registry can be pretty easily read.  Having mtgox api and secret there in plain text is more than kind of scary.


Could we have an update to have the mtgox credentials stored in an encrypted file in the working dir, and then prompted for password to get this data upon initialization?



Edit:


I'm making my own branch with SHA256 password digest and hashed mtgox security strings.

I'll just use the java 'preferences' class and put the digests in the registry.  *shrugs*

Or we could just go XML all the way?  No need for registry.  fully self contained dir?  Seems like a decent idea.


@Aido.  I'll update when it's done and let you decide if you'd like to use it.


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April 25, 2013, 10:16:27 AM
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What's the differents between the && (shortcut & )
And the & (Er normal &)

Thinking about using the vwap
And macd together  in the bid and ask logic

What would be best way to use them together

Btw

My last logic came back with a lost of 0.10 btc

Last night,  so going back to the safe 0.25 max loss
And conservative risk

Whitty




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April 25, 2013, 03:36:38 PM
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hey guys...is there any chance to become this bot running on btc-e and when, how to make it? i only got the information that the "Market orders not supported by BTCE API." message, so i guess it didn't work? Simulation Mode runs fine =( any solutions?

thanks Killa
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April 25, 2013, 03:43:04 PM
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What's the differents between the && (shortcut & )
And the & (Er normal &)

The long answer, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Short-circuit_evaluation

The short answer, very little difference.

A simple example of short-circuit evaluation would be when using an AND statement like FirstVar && (SecondVar || ThirdVar). If the first variable is false there is no need to evaluate the rest of the equation as the answer will always be false regardless of second or third variables.

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bitcoin-cli sendtoaddress 1Aidan4r4rqoCBprfp2dVZeYosZ5ryVqH6 `bitcoin-cli getbalance`
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April 25, 2013, 05:02:17 PM
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Thank you

Nice and simple
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April 25, 2013, 10:43:39 PM
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Hi all,

I'm getting this error while AidoATP is running:

Code:
2013-04-25 19:43:07,248 : MtGox High USD :-  Last: USD 149.00000 | Bid: USD 145.00000 | Ask: USD 149.00000 | Volume: 170675 | Currency: BTC | TimeStamp: Thu Apr 25 19:10:01 BRT 2013
2013-04-25 19:43:07,249 : MtGox Low USD :-  Last: USD 139.10000 | Bid: USD 139.10001 | Ask: USD 140.20000 | Volume: 177262 | Currency: BTC | TimeStamp: Thu Apr 25 19:28:17 BRT 2013
2013-04-25 19:43:07,249 : MtGox Current USD :-  Last: USD 142.50000 | Bid: USD 142.50000 | Ask: USD 142.99999 | Volume: 178132 | Currency: BTC | TimeStamp: Thu Apr 25 19:43:07 BRT 2013
Exception in thread "Thread-5" java.lang.NumberFormatException: empty String
        at sun.misc.FloatingDecimal.readJavaFormatString(FloatingDecimal.java:1011)
        at java.lang.Double.valueOf(Double.java:504)
        at org.aido.atp.TrendTradingAgent.<init>(TrendTradingAgent.java:83)
        at org.aido.atp.TrendObserver.run(TrendObserver.java:233)
        at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:722)

I get this wither in simulation or live modes.

My environment is as follow:

Code:
Linux 3.7.10
java version "1.7.0_21"
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea 2.3.9) (Slackware)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 23.7-b01, mixed mode)

It is related to number formats conversion. Is it serious and lead to losses?

Zhuravlick.
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April 25, 2013, 10:50:19 PM
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It is related to number formats conversion. Is it serious and lead to losses?

Note to self: follow the exception thread!

Nevermind, folks. I figure it out. MaxLoss was empty in ~/.java/.userPrefs/org/aido/atp/prefs.xml.

Tks anyway.

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April 26, 2013, 12:14:30 AM
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It is related to number formats conversion. Is it serious and lead to losses?

Note to self: follow the exception thread!

Nevermind, folks. I figure it out. MaxLoss was empty in ~/.java/.userPrefs/org/aido/atp/prefs.xml.

Tks anyway.



I'm in college, so this is taking me awhile in my, rare, spare time.


But, what I'm working on in a fork that will ensure a higher level of integrity by validating some of these configurations.  (essentially XML + xsd and validation)

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April 26, 2013, 12:33:22 AM
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as I said

took my ATP back to the safer readme config setting

then set up and ubuntu VM machine  trying out   ADS with MACD
conservative ( SIMULATION MODE )

will compare after the weekend

btw  what the quickest way to see the profit and lose
keyboard shortcut?
did not want to scroll loads of logs

always a bit of a mission to find it, and thats only when i have seen an ask or bid

Thanks

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April 26, 2013, 01:01:57 AM
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what the quickest way to see the profit and lose

If you are using Linux just grep the log file for the word profit:

      grep -i profit aidoatp.log

If on Windows I suppose you can do something like the following from a DOS prompt:

      type aidoatp.log | find /I "profit"


This will allow you to use the log timestamps to compare profits/losses made to what market conditions were at a certain time, helping you pick the best trading logic.

Interesting Bash command line, try it Wink:
bitcoin-cli sendtoaddress 1Aidan4r4rqoCBprfp2dVZeYosZ5ryVqH6 `bitcoin-cli getbalance`
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April 26, 2013, 02:31:30 AM
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what the quickest way to see the profit and lose

If you are using Linux just grep the log file for the word profit:

      grep -i profit aidoatp.log

If on Windows I suppose you can do something like the following from a DOS prompt:

      type aidoatp.log | find /I "profit"


This will allow you to use the log timestamps to compare profits/losses made to what market conditions were at a certain time, helping you pick the best trading logic.

How exactly would you, personally, go about choosing the best logic? I mean, could you elaborate a little more? I'm really trying to learn as much as I possibly can about markets, but I'm new to this... I'm actually going to try and get into a class about all this in the fall. What class would this be?
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April 26, 2013, 05:59:41 AM
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Do I enter java -jar aidoatp.jar in cmd? I tried that and it said it was unable to access aidoatp.jar
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April 26, 2013, 06:40:00 AM
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Thank you Aido

Market was going down last night but the simulation did very well gave me a massive 3.0 Profit %

testing out VWAP_Cross with MACD  today,

the wiki on MACD  was pretty good 
I think I am learning more from the process and understanding the pros and cons of each algorithm and how they work together

Im still no rocket scientist, but getting there

talk soon

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April 26, 2013, 08:36:56 AM
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Thank you Aido

Market was going down last night but the simulation did very well gave me a massive 3.0 Profit %



Well, if people are making 'lots' of profit from this please feel free to donate some of it to the address in my signature. Of course I won't be giving any of it back if you make a loss  Grin.


How exactly would you, personally, go about choosing the best logic?

I am not going to suggest a specific logic to use. It would not be good if everyone was using the same trading logic.
But it looks like the method Ianwhitbread has been using has been successful for him i.e. test out a few different scenarios overnight in simulation mode.

Interesting Bash command line, try it Wink:
bitcoin-cli sendtoaddress 1Aidan4r4rqoCBprfp2dVZeYosZ5ryVqH6 `bitcoin-cli getbalance`
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