And that the winners aren't on the internet, you'll probably lose quite a bit when you start, and that you definitely can't have it as just a hobby, but make it a career if you want to make money. These were comments on threads from over a year ago.
But what if I have a strategy that I've found has worked pretty well manually? And I don't want to sit around for hours and spy for entries? Isn't that a reason for many people to get into algo? How could I possibly make less money in automating the process and probably catching more entries than I would otherwise?
What are your thoughts on profitability, commitment and time in the algo game?
Submitted November 06, 2020 at 07:04AM by Ozair2k