On the heels of my last post, I’ve extended those functions to the EURUSD pair. The data starts from this year 2019 and goes through to yesterday. It’s actually a pretty neat script as it takes data from Onada and then generates the support and resistance lines for that particular pair. The next step would be to create a buy/sell order in the Oanda Practice Account. Once I do that it’s then a matter of writing a trading strategy and testing it in real time.
Everything I’m doing is completely academic and modular right now. I have no idea how really build a Forex Trading Bot or even what strategies to use here. It’s more of a “can I do it” endeavor.
I’m fully convinced that retail traders that can learn Python can automate their entire trading strategies. Now, the flipside here is if their strategies are worth anything. Just because we can automated trading setups, we must always ask “why do I think I’m right?”
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