The forecasts software for financial traders is a very strange thing. *Sometimes* it works, period; in *some* cases it works well, but almost never does it work excellently. Moreover, should the market trends change, software with certain approaches seems to be less accurate in their forecasts, and you can never know, which approaches exactly are still accurate, and which forecasting software is already garbage.
One of the most long-living approaches is a neural networks-based one. Due to their complexity and real-world similarity, neural networks are well suited for the non-regular dynamics of the markets. Due to their self-learning capabilities, neural networks can handle any change of trends with the acceptable speed. Still, the typical neural networks-based forecasting software traders have one major drawback named «where to get the data?» The problem is that you must have enough of data the market depends on: a huge set of it for training the program and not a tiny set of it for forecasts. Which data can suite well is very questionable, but here is one outstanding option.
Neuro Hit! software uses the *astrological* data as input, which eventually have resulted in accuracy level which seemed to be unattainable before. And if you can urge Neuro Hit! developers to sell you a license (you must give them *very* attractive offer!), you can saddle all market trends and saddle you success.
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