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October 08, 2017, 02:08:47 AM
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Which risk here by trading bots? can anyone explaine me?

Well the risk is bad coded bot which would bring bad results, or a mass adoption of which would bring bad results, or the incapacity of the bot to react in time to particular important news.

They will really have to focus on bug hunting to eliminate all mistakes in the code before the full release. No one wants to loose money because of a bug in the code. I would still be careful in the beginning and double check every parameter.
I'm sure that final version of NapoleonX will be bug free. With their team and experienced developers they will be able to patch every bug or problem
I agree, judging by how the team is set for success, they will achieve it with thrust!
We see how the team travels all over Europe - Zurich, London, Barcelona with speeches, NaPoleonX is becoming more popular every day
Exactly and every of this conferences bring more attention to this project and potential investors! Devs are doing great work  Wink

Do you guys know if they are planing to show their project on events outside of Europe, too? I mean, Asia for example could also be a huge market.

Oh Asia would be nice Smiley I would prefere Japan, just because I maybe then could attand but there are other countries too which would be from interest Smiley

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October 08, 2017, 04:06:19 AM
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Which risk here by trading bots? can anyone explaine me?

Well the risk is bad coded bot which would bring bad results, or a mass adoption of which would bring bad results, or the incapacity of the bot to react in time to particular important news.

They will really have to focus on bug hunting to eliminate all mistakes in the code before the full release. No one wants to loose money because of a bug in the code. I would still be careful in the beginning and double check every parameter.
The big risk in my mind is if some smart traders know how the bot work and manipulate the pattern.
They will take money from those lazy people who leave their bots working alone.
So changing strategies (DAFs) is needed, and also development which will happen for sure.
I don't think that it's easy to track how a bot works, it takes a lot of time and the bot changes the tactics of trade.
Yes of course, it will not be easy if there will always be changes or developments.
I was just talking about how bull trap came up and also bear trap to trigger stop loses.
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October 08, 2017, 05:28:55 AM
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i want to know when bot or trader trade with our investment then how much risk involvement? i know napoleonX will do best for us. i just want to know only.
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October 08, 2017, 05:36:48 AM
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i want to know when bot or trader trade with our investment then how much risk involvement? i know napoleonX will do best for us. i just want to know only.

Im also want to know risks... I asked this also, but didnt receive answer...
May be someone can tell me?
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October 08, 2017, 05:59:52 AM
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i want to know when bot or trader trade with our investment then how much risk involvement? i know napoleonX will do best for us. i just want to know only.

Im also want to know risks... I asked this also, but didnt receive answer...
May be someone can tell me?

the risks can't be "calculated" as of yet. once everything is ready , testing will need to be done ,which will determine factors such as risk

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October 08, 2017, 06:28:05 AM
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i want to know when bot or trader trade with our investment then how much risk involvement? i know napoleonX will do best for us. i just want to know only.

Im also want to know risks... I asked this also, but didnt receive answer...
May be someone can tell me?

I don't understand what you mean by that?

If you are saying what is risks for putting our money to napoleonx bots, the risk of it, you can make losses instead of profits.

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October 08, 2017, 07:59:31 AM
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i want to know when bot or trader trade with our investment then how much risk involvement? i know napoleonX will do best for us. i just want to know only.

Im also want to know risks... I asked this also, but didnt receive answer...
May be someone can tell me?

I don't understand what you mean by that?

If you are saying what is risks for putting our money to napoleonx bots, the risk of it, you can make losses instead of profits.

Yes, I mean, which risks of lost money? may I insure my money? There are now a lot of insure project.. may be they will make partherships with some?
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October 08, 2017, 08:06:59 AM
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i want to know when bot or trader trade with our investment then how much risk involvement? i know napoleonX will do best for us. i just want to know only.

Im also want to know risks... I asked this also, but didnt receive answer...
May be someone can tell me?

the risks can't be "calculated" as of yet. once everything is ready , testing will need to be done ,which will determine factors such as risk

The stats of the bots should quickly be available. After this there rish assessment etc.
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October 08, 2017, 08:18:02 AM
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Looked https://youtu.be/7IybsxpU-lk. And I agree only in part. That is, if you determine in general, then for the bot chosen strategy with low risk. I do not know, maybe in the future NapoleonX will make changes to the algorithm, but for now it all looks like a cautious approach. But the bot should work at maximum and quickly. He should make a profit in any movement of the market. I understand that NapoleonX is a pioneer, so of course, developers need to know how their bot should function. In any case, the success of the project is already predetermined.

There are different approaches to trading. Of course there is active trading which can be sped up all the way to high frequency trading which tries to profit from scalping every tick and frontrunning slower orders.

But in the end buy-and-hold and value investing seems more successful than active trading in the long run, look at Warren Buffett. NaPoleonX bots attempt to improve on that by making only a few trades where they count the most.

Yes, I agree, the buy-and-hold strategy brings success in the long run. Then the benefits of the bot are mainly in the absence of emotions. It is resistant to panic. This is also important. It is possible that now the trade in crypto-currencies does not yet require a high frequency.
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October 08, 2017, 09:04:16 AM
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i want to know when bot or trader trade with our investment then how much risk involvement? i know napoleonX will do best for us. i just want to know only.

Im also want to know risks... I asked this also, but didnt receive answer...
May be someone can tell me?

the risks can't be "calculated" as of yet. once everything is ready , testing will need to be done ,which will determine factors such as risk

The stats of the bots should quickly be available. After this there rish assessment etc.

You know how they say, if you dont take risks, you wont profit, so risk will be always there you could just probably lower it by changing some parameters but it that case the profit will be lower for sure. No one can guarantee you 100% profit without a chance to loose money, if that would be possible everyone would be rich.

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October 08, 2017, 09:29:13 AM
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i want to know when bot or trader trade with our investment then how much risk involvement? i know napoleonX will do best for us. i just want to know only.

Im also want to know risks... I asked this also, but didnt receive answer...
May be someone can tell me?

the risks can't be "calculated" as of yet. once everything is ready , testing will need to be done ,which will determine factors such as risk

The stats of the bots should quickly be available. After this there rish assessment etc.

You know how they say, if you dont take risks, you wont profit, so risk will be always there you could just probably lower it by changing some parameters but it that case the profit will be lower for sure. No one can guarantee you 100% profit without a chance to loose money, if that would be possible everyone would be rich.

That's the point. The whole cryopto world is a risk at the moment. Your money could be worth the 10x tomorrow, or you lose it all. Bots are just as good as they got programmed, so if you take a bot with higher risks, you will make more money but maybe also lose more, that's for what the DAFs are for, right?

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October 08, 2017, 10:02:59 AM
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Which risk here by trading bots? can anyone explaine me?

Well the risk is bad coded bot which would bring bad results, or a mass adoption of which would bring bad results, or the incapacity of the bot to react in time to particular important news.

They will really have to focus on bug hunting to eliminate all mistakes in the code before the full release. No one wants to loose money because of a bug in the code. I would still be careful in the beginning and double check every parameter.
The big risk in my mind is if some smart traders know how the bot work and manipulate the pattern.
They will take money from those lazy people who leave their bots working alone.
So changing strategies (DAFs) is needed, and also development which will happen for sure.
I don't think that it's easy to track how a bot works, it takes a lot of time and the bot changes the tactics of trade.
I think devs will be aware of this problem and will think of all possible scenarios of manipulation.

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October 08, 2017, 10:18:43 AM
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Looked https://youtu.be/7IybsxpU-lk. And I agree only in part. That is, if you determine in general, then for the bot chosen strategy with low risk. I do not know, maybe in the future NapoleonX will make changes to the algorithm, but for now it all looks like a cautious approach. But the bot should work at maximum and quickly. He should make a profit in any movement of the market. I understand that NapoleonX is a pioneer, so of course, developers need to know how their bot should function. In any case, the success of the project is already predetermined.

There are different approaches to trading. Of course there is active trading which can be sped up all the way to high frequency trading which tries to profit from scalping every tick and frontrunning slower orders.

But in the end buy-and-hold and value investing seems more successful than active trading in the long run, look at Warren Buffett. NaPoleonX bots attempt to improve on that by making only a few trades where they count the most.

Yes, I agree, the buy-and-hold strategy brings success in the long run. Then the benefits of the bot are mainly in the absence of emotions. It is resistant to panic. This is also important. It is possible that now the trade in crypto-currencies does not yet require a high frequency.

I also do the buy-and-hold strategy, but a lot of people wont to make money fast.
Today I buy that and in the next month I wont 10%. Invest in something you really believe in, go on holiday for a year and forget about it, then come back and you will see a nice profit Wink
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October 08, 2017, 10:28:48 AM
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Which risk here by trading bots? can anyone explaine me?

Well the risk is bad coded bot which would bring bad results, or a mass adoption of which would bring bad results, or the incapacity of the bot to react in time to particular important news.

They will really have to focus on bug hunting to eliminate all mistakes in the code before the full release. No one wants to loose money because of a bug in the code. I would still be careful in the beginning and double check every parameter.
The big risk in my mind is if some smart traders know how the bot work and manipulate the pattern.
They will take money from those lazy people who leave their bots working alone.
So changing strategies (DAFs) is needed, and also development which will happen for sure.
I don't think that it's easy to track how a bot works, it takes a lot of time and the bot changes the tactics of trade.
I think devs will be aware of this problem and will think of all possible scenarios of manipulation.

I don't think it is an issue devs would probably think of. There is too many big players on the market and too many movements. You can't just single out a bot and presume its actions.

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October 08, 2017, 10:35:59 AM
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Which risk here by trading bots? can anyone explaine me?

Well the risk is bad coded bot which would bring bad results, or a mass adoption of which would bring bad results, or the incapacity of the bot to react in time to particular important news.

They will really have to focus on bug hunting to eliminate all mistakes in the code before the full release. No one wants to loose money because of a bug in the code. I would still be careful in the beginning and double check every parameter.
The big risk in my mind is if some smart traders know how the bot work and manipulate the pattern.
They will take money from those lazy people who leave their bots working alone.
So changing strategies (DAFs) is needed, and also development which will happen for sure.
I don't think that it's easy to track how a bot works, it takes a lot of time and the bot changes the tactics of trade.
I think devs will be aware of this problem and will think of all possible scenarios of manipulation.

I don't think it is an issue devs would probably think of. There is too many big players on the market and too many movements. You can't just single out a bot and presume its actions.
Seriously, manipulating trading bots is almost impossible. If you want to manipulate whole market then you only need to trigger stop losses...
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October 08, 2017, 01:23:16 PM
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Which risk here by trading bots? can anyone explaine me?

Well the risk is bad coded bot which would bring bad results, or a mass adoption of which would bring bad results, or the incapacity of the bot to react in time to particular important news.

They will really have to focus on bug hunting to eliminate all mistakes in the code before the full release. No one wants to loose money because of a bug in the code. I would still be careful in the beginning and double check every parameter.
The big risk in my mind is if some smart traders know how the bot work and manipulate the pattern.
They will take money from those lazy people who leave their bots working alone.
So changing strategies (DAFs) is needed, and also development which will happen for sure.
I don't think that it's easy to track how a bot works, it takes a lot of time and the bot changes the tactics of trade.
I think devs will be aware of this problem and will think of all possible scenarios of manipulation.

I don't think it is an issue devs would probably think of. There is too many big players on the market and too many movements. You can't just single out a bot and presume its actions.
Seriously, manipulating trading bots is almost impossible. If you want to manipulate whole market then you only need to trigger stop losses...

 only bot dev's can make changes to bots that might affect the market. but that would mean that those particular bots are responsible for a lot of the market

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October 08, 2017, 01:43:42 PM
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Which risk here by trading bots? can anyone explaine me?

Well the risk is bad coded bot which would bring bad results, or a mass adoption of which would bring bad results, or the incapacity of the bot to react in time to particular important news.

They will really have to focus on bug hunting to eliminate all mistakes in the code before the full release. No one wants to loose money because of a bug in the code. I would still be careful in the beginning and double check every parameter.
The big risk in my mind is if some smart traders know how the bot work and manipulate the pattern.
They will take money from those lazy people who leave their bots working alone.
So changing strategies (DAFs) is needed, and also development which will happen for sure.
I don't think that it's easy to track how a bot works, it takes a lot of time and the bot changes the tactics of trade.
I think devs will be aware of this problem and will think of all possible scenarios of manipulation.

I don't think it is an issue devs would probably think of. There is too many big players on the market and too many movements. You can't just single out a bot and presume its actions.
Seriously, manipulating trading bots is almost impossible. If you want to manipulate whole market then you only need to trigger stop losses...

In theory if you understand the algorithm of the bots you understand how to manipulate them.
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October 08, 2017, 02:19:01 PM
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how bot is going to react to fake news? that is major issues today

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October 08, 2017, 02:27:39 PM
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Which risk here by trading bots? can anyone explaine me?

Well the risk is bad coded bot which would bring bad results, or a mass adoption of which would bring bad results, or the incapacity of the bot to react in time to particular important news.

They will really have to focus on bug hunting to eliminate all mistakes in the code before the full release. No one wants to loose money because of a bug in the code. I would still be careful in the beginning and double check every parameter.
The big risk in my mind is if some smart traders know how the bot work and manipulate the pattern.
They will take money from those lazy people who leave their bots working alone.
So changing strategies (DAFs) is needed, and also development which will happen for sure.
I don't think that it's easy to track how a bot works, it takes a lot of time and the bot changes the tactics of trade.
I think devs will be aware of this problem and will think of all possible scenarios of manipulation.

I don't think it is an issue devs would probably think of. There is too many big players on the market and too many movements. You can't just single out a bot and presume its actions.
Seriously, manipulating trading bots is almost impossible. If you want to manipulate whole market then you only need to trigger stop losses...

In theory if you understand the algorithm of the bots you understand how to manipulate them.

And how exactly do you think could it be possible to manipulate a bot that, for example, trades on S&P500?
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October 08, 2017, 02:37:09 PM
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how bot is going to react to fake news? that is major issues today

I don't think the bots will react to any news at all lol they will act like they got their input but will not react on specific news or something. I think here humans are needed who will change parameters etc.

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