My background: I am a physicist from Austria that lives in Christchurch now. I had a great programmer/partner back in Austria, with whom I ran a quite successful little automated trading business - this is history now sadly.
I would like to establish something similar here in Christchurch and even crank it up a notch. I am looking for somebody that is eager to explore the possibilities of automated trading. At the moment I am aiming at FOREX but I am open for anything really.
The project: As a start I am looking at support/resistance levels of certain currency pairs. The goal is to come up with an algorithm that can determine these levels at any given time and help the trader in the decision making process.
Support/resistance levels are basically local minima/maxima in the graph and they are important in most trading strategies. There are many ways to define and find these and even to assign strength indicators to them. The software should ideally enable the user to run many different algorithms on the data and back test them in order to find the most reliable ones. [ I've not looked into machine learning so far - could be quite helpful as well]
This is more of an ongoing project and I am looking more for a reliable partner than a one time freelancer. It is important to me to talk to you in person and discuss ideas together, therefore it would be best if you were in CHCH. I am in contact with a professional trader, who is willing to offer his expertise as well.
Price is negotiable. Selected very small project for the start but I hope that it develops into an ongoing business partnership.
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Greetings, My name is Daniel Mellado and I would like to work in your project. I am economist with a MSc in Statistics, I have experience doing backtesting and programming in Python and R.