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February 04, 2018, 05:17:32 PM
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Does anyone have an invite link to Cynthia? Could this actually work like Wealthfront / other robo advisors in the stock market if so I would deposit money in every month and they would make a portfolio on my behalf?
https://www.cynthiavest.com/
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February 04, 2018, 06:09:11 PM
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I don't have an invitation link to Cynthia, besides making a portfolio on your behalf, the facility "moreover" you get from it?
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February 04, 2018, 06:57:07 PM
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Not the first by any stretch. From just my observation of recent months on this forum along, they've been a slew of AI/big data/deep insight/machine learning projects all purporting to have found an effective amalgation of trading strategies for the crypto market. I have my reservations. Apart from my own participation in one such project (Peculium ran a promotion a couple of months back pitting poster predictions against the AI, and the results weren't conclusive for me, it had at least two huge double digit errors on daily BTC predictions and that's quite a problem for me) I haven't seen for myself how these different AI perform in real time.

Problem for me is that big data needs... big data. Take away Bitcoin and you generally have cryptos that have been trading seriously for less than five years. That's not big enough for me. I'd advise against entrusting it to the system. If it works, they wouldn't share it, would they?

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