Sakana Posted April 17, 2014 Report Share Posted April 17, 2014 To All:A while back, Steve (and perhaps others) discussed the fact that the DIRECTION of the OR COUNT in the shoe is much more important than the Actual OR Count. While this concept makes perfect sense, I find it very hard to decide how far back in the shoe I should go to determine the aforementioned direction.I.e. looking at the last FIVE decisions, may lead to the OR COUNT of +3 (four opposites and one repeat);whereas, regressing to the last TEN decisions, would result in the OR COUNT of Zero (five opposites and five repeats, regardless of the order in which they appear.) Could someone suggest some guidelines or procedure they have used successfully to facilitatethis, what I consider, a very subjective process?Thank you.Sakana Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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