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@Pascal66 created pull request #14

UNTESTED --- USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!

@kuzetsa kuzetsa released this Nov 26, 2014 · 299 commits to Pascal66_elliot_waves since this release

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STILL NO SUPPORT for buy/sell mode:

Same reason the bitfinex support was marked as prerelease (a wrapper and config option needs added so that "reinvest only" mode is configurable instead of hardcoded)

@kuzetsa kuzetsa released this Nov 20, 2014 · 302 commits to Pascal66_elliot_waves since this release

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NOT working in buy/sell mode:

This exchange doesn't have a cloud mining service (such as cex.io) so the hardcoded "reinvest only" mode needs to be fixed (a wrapper and config option needs added so that "reinvest only" mode is configurable instead of hardcoded)

Also, a couple Fixes:

  1. Tracked down a few missing commits which fixed Plivo (SMS) & Mandrill (Mailer) plugins... at least in theory.
  2. Since this repo is a fork, any bug-related support should really come to THIS github repo.
    (as such, made a minor update to the package.json to point to this repo)
Nov 19, 2014
Updated package.json to point at the right repo.
Nov 19, 2014
anti-conflicts ROLLBACK
Changes to be committed:

	reverted:   README.md
	reverted:   config.js
	reverted:   core/baseTradingMethod.js
	reverted:   core/candleManager.js
	reverted:   core/candleStore.js
	reverted:   core/portfolioManager.js
	reverted:   core/util.js
	reverted:   docs/internals/exchanges.md
	reverted:   exchanges.js
	reverted:   exchanges/cexio.js
	reverted:   gekko.js
	reverted:   methods/MACD.js
	reverted:   methods/PPO.js
	reverted:   methods/indicators/EMA.js
	reverted:   package.json
	reverted:   plugins.js
	reverted:   plugins/adviceLogger.js
	reverted:   plugins/trader.js
	reverted:   plugins/tradingAdvisor.js

	deleted:    bin/gekko_launch.sh
	deleted:    bin/gekko_launch_screen.sh
	deleted:    bin/gekko_log_grab.sh
	deleted:    bin/gekko_screen_grab.sh

 Untracked files:
	LICENSE.md
	exchanges/bitfinex.js
	exchanges/cryptsy.js
	launcher
	lizard
	methods/ZERO.js
	methods/indicators/BinarySearch.js
	methods/indicators/ZERO.js
	methods/indicators/nikiehihsa.js
	methods/indicators/windowstats.js
	methods/indicators/x2EMA.js
	methods/indicators/x2MACD.js
	methods/indicators/x3EMA.js
	methods/indicators/x3nikiehihsa.js
	methods/nikiehihsa.js
	methods/x2MACD.js
	methods/x3nikiehihsa.js
	plugins/mandrillMailer.js
	plugins/smsPlivo.js

@kuzetsa kuzetsa released this Nov 11, 2014 · 322 commits to Pascal66_elliot_waves since this release

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This fixes issue #6 AKA issue #8

A working config.js should've been released in the first place (oops)

Jul 16, 2014
cex.io API wrapper un-re-deobfucscation
Also, fixed the error handler (hopefully)

@kuzetsa kuzetsa released this Jun 30, 2014 · 329 commits to Pascal66_elliot_waves since this release

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Patrick G. Mulloy published:

"Smoothing Data With Less Lag"

in the February 1994 issue of Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities Magazine,

This write-up explains how the modified moving averages can work well for MACD


This method uses:

  1. Patrick Mulloy's "reduced lag" EMA method to improve MACD signals
  2. Custom filtering which attempts to reduce false signals
  3. Actually that's all it is (it's got filtering, and not much else added)
Jul 6, 2014
debug code for issue #4 / NMC support
#4

This code should help troubleshoot...

I was planning to audit and refactor this anyway
the cex.io exchange API wrapper needs updated
that way NMC can be reinvested too...

The changes will also make it easier to add
LTC, IXC, etc. etc. etc. in the future :)

@kuzetsa kuzetsa released this Jun 26, 2014 · 345 commits to Pascal66_elliot_waves since this release

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This bugfix release obsoletes the "zerolag" release from a few hours ago
(the bug has been in gekko for months, and is unrelated to zerolag itself)


This fixes a NATSY!!! bug which caused historical data not to be used even when it was otherwise VALID

Note:

This new release now includes the "zerolag" method (which works quite well)


//cut copy paste from commit description//

The problem was the distinction between:

"Last minute of the day"
      compared to
"how many minute are in a day"

These are not the same concept.

Last minute starts 60 seconds before midnight
They are numbered 0 to 1439, total is still 1440

This bug is related to an "off by one" error
I was really glad to see it was so easy to fix :)

This bug is now fixed as of 2014 July 5th at or or around 14:50 Local NY time