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Re: AIMAGIC post# 8535

Sunday, 10/03/2021 8:23:55 AM

Sunday, October 03, 2021 8:23:55 AM

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Hey AIMagic,

You have got it! You've answered your own questions correctly.

First thing I do is try to line up the %High and %Low X_DEV bands to capture the extreme tops and bottoms of the upper and lower price "highs" and price "lows" bands. Then I will set the Band multiples and the market order multiples to 1. I then optimize the multiples from there to achieve the highest possible return. I also pull up the X_DEV vs. buy and hold chart and the stock value, portfolio and cash values chart to check the progression to see if I am on the right track. You may have to go back and forth on the multiples to fine tune the optimization but this normally takes me less than 5 minutes on any play.

Ideally you want the charts to look like the Ethereum charts below. Steady progression on the spread between X_DEV vs. B&H performance on that chart. On the Stock Value chart you want the Cash and Stockvalue lines to max out a few times to capture the compounding gains. You will notice on the S&P study that charts stock value and cash lines never crossed due to the extremely low volatility.

Also, An optimized X_DEV play should always outperform AIM. This was my design intention but AIM's value is it's ability to perform relatively good without any human intervention. It's a great automatic system. X_DEV is meant for more active users who have the ability and interest to trade effectively. And your final question....once you have achieved full optimization you leave the settings alone until you notice an obvious trend change. That's what all the other charts in my spreadsheet are for.

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