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Our servers have been hard at work, day and night, calculating hypothetical trades and outcomes while Slopers have been sleeping, binge-watching Netflix, and eating calamari appetizers. Now that the dust has cleared, I’m pleased to report the hard work of our server farm has paid off, with a much larger optimization dataset for SlopeRules.
What this means is that the Optimization function is no longer confined to moving averages, but has now been expanded to CCI, Williams %R, and RSI. Please watch the brief (silent) video below to see this in action (and take note that we’ve removed the Optimize button, since we’ve made optimization completely automatic).
It’s been a while since I’ve written a Crazy Palo Alto Real Estate post. However, I just saw an ad in our little local paper that compelled me to take keyboard in hand and offer you the latest tidbit from my fair city.
I present to you the following house: it’s a pleasant place, about 3,000 square feet and on a 2/3rds of an acre lot. In many parts of the country, that’s a postage stamp, but in Palo Alto, it’s “park-like.” Take a moment to drink in this property. As I say, pleasant enough, but not exactly spectacular.