Neural network in forex trading
So I’m doing a research in building a neural network to predict Forex market. If you don’t know what a neural network is, consider it a magic black box with inputs and outputs.
My question is all about the inputs right now. Besides (open, high, low, close, volume), what other technical indicators should be given to provide the neural network with more information so it could predict better ?
In this article, how-to-choose-indicators (remember to remove the space when you copy and paste), it’s stated that:
- Volume indicators
- Momentum indicators
- Volatility indicators
- Cycle indicators
are the categories of indicators available, any more ?
My question now is, please suggest me a technical indicator in each category to use !
This is not going to work. You just can’t mix and match indicators suggested by strangers to work together. Besides….. Technical Analysis is not a "predication" game. It’s much more involved than that. You’ll need years of successful trading experience to even consider this project.
BTW: Where are you going to get Volume indicators in FX? They don’t exist in Forex.Tags: inputs and outputs, momentum indicators, neural network
Source: Software FOREX
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