04 Jun 2008 @ 10:22 PM 

Why don’t I just write a book about trading?


When I was 12 years old my father returned from a business trip to the UK with a small box called a “ZX80 computer”. In those days it was a complete novelty – kind of like a toy, but somehow much more than that. I taught myself to write simple computer programs using the BASIC language the ZX80 used, and even dabbled in some assembly-code. I never did any formal training in software programming, but it has been a hobby that recently has developed into something much more serious.

The thing is I believe that computers are the thinking machines that Alan Turing dreamed of back in the early 20th century. I further believe that we haven’t even begun to see what computers can do, that with the right software programming computers can replicate the thought patterns of humans, albeit in a limited way. And that is why this project of mine involves the creation of software.

The Dream!
One day many thousands of people will use this software to make their trading decisions for them. Why? Because these people will be too busy doing other things to spend all their time watching the markets, studying trading theories, or mastering the skill of trading. The software will do it all for them … Trading is best done without emotion – and until computers start to feel emotions, who better to do your trading for you than your computer?

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