Coding - Trading - Investing
I code mostly using Python while working with Data and Open Source tools on Ubuntu Linux.
I Trade and Invest in Forex, Precious Metals, Crypto Currencies, CFDs on Stocks, ETFs, and Indices.
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How to back test a manually traded strategy using TradingView
Trading is hard. It takes a lot of practice. One way to practice and build skill and confidence is to back test a system over and over again. In this video I show you how I do this using online charts at Tradingview.
I added another video showing the updated version that has the ability to replay the market.
This is the first video in a series I plan to do on my investing journey. I will try and do regular updates as the portfolio progresses.
Currently, I have 5000 EURO invested in Gold, Silver, Cryptocurrencies and dividend stocks. My goal is to grow this to 20.000 EURO this year. This growth will come mainly from me putting in my own money into the portfolio, but hopefully, capital gains and dividends that I reinvest will help me get there.
Every weekend I do a forecast of the major pairs in the forex market. I do this to prepare for trading these pairs during the week.
I have recorded my analysis so you can see how I trade. If you like this kind of videos, then please let me know by subscribing to my channel and by liking and commenting on this video.
For a long time, I have been hesitant to invest in the stock market myself. The main reason I told myself is that I am already heavily invested in the stock markets via my pension plans.
The thing is I have no control over my pension plans. I just have to hope the money I put in is managed well and then hopefully when I am 70 years old I might retire.
Wait a minute ... 70!? Yes, 70, or maybe even later. Governments keep changing the rules concerning retirements.
That is why I have decided to build up a stock portfolio outside of the tax benefited pension plans. I want to build a portfolio of shares in good companies that will pay me dividends. This portfolio should, once it has grown enough, generate an income through dividends alone that will cover most of my expenses.
To achieve this we need to buy dividend-paying stocks at cheap prices. In this post, I will tell/show you how I go about this.