My images should be very clear (that's the point -- to have all trades transparent) and you can see the total amount in my last "status.png" image (it is under event/trade 41). Total amount is under row "Balance" on that image. €883.
I don't know when it will end.. it will not end... this is something I do here in public among with other arv/trading.
ARV 4 life
The GBPAUD trade in "Up" direction which was opened at 10:30 AM CT 20180703 was an ARV miss.
However, with my Hybrid ARV trading system, the trade was recovered 100% and no financial loss taken, but 2.2 pips was won. Hybrid ARV trading system produces additional winning percentage to ANY ARV accuracy. In this case it adds 24% long term on top of ARV accuracy alone, which is highly significant and profitable. https://www.dojopsi.info/forum/inde...ns-and-live-forex-signals-demonstration.9791/
1: table/picture attached below
The EURNZD trade in "Up" direction which was opened at 10:30 AM CT 20180717 was an ARV miss.
However, with my Hybrid ARV trading system, the trade was recovered 100% and no financial loss taken (1.3 pip win), except a rollover fee to the broker. Hybrid ARV trading system produces additional winning percentage to ANY ARV accuracy. In this case it adds 26% long term on top of ARV accuracy alone, which is highly significant and profitable. https://www.dojopsi.info/forum/inde...ns-and-live-forex-signals-demonstration.9791/
I may be selling my Hybrid ARV trading system in autumn, for more info contact me.
(Note: time on a chart below is in my CEST timezone which is 7 hours ahead of CT)
-Image 1 attached below
It'd be cool if you eventually got your status sheet into a visual graph or something. It's hard for me to tell at a glance how things are going overall. Do you feel like the experiment is resulting in more positive, negative, or a wash?
PJ, here it is.
After 1+ year, a hybrid ARV system's accuracy is 73% (22/30) and current profits €1092. Not much if you consider this is going on for 14 months, but trade sizes were not large & I had bad start & during this time there were only 30 trades, which is around only 2 trades per month. Imagine having one trade each day and initial investment size of like 50K.
That's excellent! Thanks, and that makes clear the value.
It would also be interesting to see a chart solely for win/loss/pass (not in terms of $ but in terms of the accuracy of the prediction only), over time, just to see if there is any visible pattern or cycle in that regard.
Do you track the date of the session and the date of the event? Something that compared the 'interval' would also be interesting. Greg K did tracking of the interval between viewing vs. when he got feedback (which is not the same as the time of the event of course, but still an interesting variable) and was able to see a fairly clear pattern in that. He also tracked this in compared to Local Sidereal Time, and did come up with something that seemed significant, however it was a completely different value than the initial Spottiswoode research had (JS himself however I think has suggested that further data indicates that LST peak/valley may not be significant after all or not as much. I haven't seen the follow-on for detail).
(I once had an experience where I was 'shown internally' that different kinds of information unfurls in us at different rates of time, not because time or the energy is limited, but because our bodies operate in linear time and things process through our nervous system. I don't know what kind of data has what ideal duration on it (before, I don't know, maybe 'maximum' availability internally or something), so I'm always kind of looking for clues.)
Thanks again for posting your results publicly so other people can see this stuff. I know it sometimes seems like talking to the air, but on the whole, and into the future, this stuff gets read more than you might realize. And as I'm sure you know, when someone "serious" about viewing finally finds information from other viewers talking seriously about it, it's such a great thing, because there's not much info and most is hype/schtick/etc. so hands-on legit stuff is an important contribution to the whole field.
That chart you suggest can be made. Looking at data, right now, at first, I don't see any pattern, looks to me that hit/miss/pass distribution is random.
I track session and event dates. Yes, in his follow up, Spottiswoode now claims (based on data) that LST has no effect.
Thanks for your interest and comments. I see this as something to do for a living, actually doing it already beside my usual job; or if there is a heavy weight investor (you know some?? hahah) then to retire doing one ARV project; or just to accumulate enough on your own and then to do a big one (project) to create your abundance and secure yourself for life.
Are you in the USA? I seem to recall you were elsewhere. Here, we have a lot of legal limits on gambling, as the government prefers to be the only one taking your money, hahaha (kidding) (mostly). We can trade stock, or bet on horse racing. Anything other than that, can only be done in legally-approved casinos. Which are definitely not the place to gamble for a psychic. If they even have the slightest whiff you're consistently good at it for any reason, facial recognition in a national database system will make you lucky not to get tossed from any casino you entered anywhere in the country ever again. And things like betting on sports is not a thing. We can only do it online through international companies and it's illegal for us, but not for them, so not a good thing to get caught doing. Maybe this differs by state... not sure.
So given the output $ potential, it always seemed to me that gambling with ARV might be most lucratively done on the horses. And I seem to recall there is something unusual with that kind of gambling, like you can make a lot or even more by having your horse 'place' as opposed to win, or bet on it doing either, that for someone who knows the system might provide larger options. Market exchanges (e.g. Silver) always seemed like they'd be pulling teeth to me, since a "multiplier" is really only quantity of bet (which is also of course a lot to lose), whereas things like horse racing can be multiple "times" odds.
Also, there might be more "differences between" different horses/names/colors/jockeys than there is between "silver" merely shifting price slightly. Well, I don't do ARV, that's just my thoughts. I would really love for someone, anyone, to make a ton of money at this. Greg K never finished his trial. It might be that cognitive dissonance got him (that's usually what takes down viewers' efforts and they walk away), but he did go on to win at least two world records, so it's safe to say he was busy doing something more constructive.
I have got to get some better smilie options into this software...
Well, as i think you know, that is why we associate each "silver movement" outcome to two different photo targets which can be whatever we want (when creating photo pool before the project) to make viewing easier (still blind to viewer)..
I'm in EU.
Yes, and you can trade currencies in USA.