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TradeMiner : A new software trading tool that helps identifies trading opportunities through the use of Artificial Intelligence and brute force mathematics. What used to take days of time consuming mathematical calculations through an Excel spreadsheet is now done in a matter of seconds.For the past 10 years, TradeMiner has been a proprietary trading tool developed for market analysts, system signal providers, and Stocks, Futures and Forex newsletter authors & magazine publishers.
This tool, until now, has only been available to a small select group of industry professionals & traders — For now, this tool is available to you. The software finds historically accurate trends that have been profitable 80%, 90% or even 100% of the time over the past 5, 10, 20, or even 30 years. This is all done through a proprietary, artificial intelligent, data cube that allows the computer to calculate and find (mine) millions and millions of trades in seconds.
How Does It Work? The inner workings of the TradeMiner technology is a proprietary company secret, but the quick and dirty details are that we’ve developed a masterful way of searching through millions of data records from a 3D point of view, in what we call a Plug ‘n Play, portable 3D Data Cube. Market data goes in, and winning trades come out.While most databases search through data in a linear fashion, TradeMiner has the ability to search through data from multiple points of access, then, using artificial intelligence, each subsequent search through the data gets faster and faster each time. What used to take hours and hours of computer CPU time now takes seconds.
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I disagree2002-10-30 18:52:26 by with_thou
Basically, the technology sector might be dead at the moment but it will certainly not be going anywhere. Technology has been fundamentally ingrained into our lives at this point.
Do you really think there will be no more servers here? Do you really think nobody here would maintain them? Do you really think all design will be outsourced? How about programming?
When you say IT is going overseas you are probably correct when it comes to application development. Will there be no need for developers here? Never. There are people employed with IT jobs right now that have not had a pay cut (I know some). When it comes to outsourcing there are a million considerations you are not taking into account. Any person familiar with economics would point out that there are really not that...
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