It began when I ran out of From Software video games to beat during the pandemic and decided I needed a new challenging hobby, but one that might make me some money.
So, I set out on a noble quest!
To teach myself how to degenerate gamble off price action charts while making it okay with my girlfriend by calling it 'technical analysis' and 'trading'!
And…to build a bot to do the trading for me, since I am lazy as hell!
Together, I saw me and my bot, working together, hand in hand to steal fat tendies from MMs on wall street and I worked to bring that vision life.
My bot and I succeeded in our question by closing out a trading day with a whopping $40.37! (requiring only a 5% leverage of a $100k paper account, but details…)
And, so, my friends, our quest is complete.
But, the journey is not over.
For I have learned that…I…don't….actually….give…a….shit….about…any….of….this.
Seriously. I was really mostly about the challenge and the building of the bot.
So instead of devoting my time to chasing the mythical money printer, I am going to make a hobby out of building bots in Python that due cool things and then creating tutorials for them on a blog and YouTube. Maybe, I can promote it on Reddit like that guy Binging with Babish.
Anyways, thanks and I'm not gone yet. I plan on teaching Piker Bot how to short sell and using him as a basis for my first set of videos.
Submitted September 27, 2020 at 02:51PM by CoffeeJavaAndStocks