Published On: Fri, Feb 10th, 2017

Trump2Cash lets we deposit automatically whenever a boss mentions a publicly-traded company


With a arise of algorithmic batch trade it’s gotten harder and harder for humans to indeed trade strategically. However, now that Trump’s pell-mell chatter feed can make or mangle a association with a singular mention, we can simply trade opposite certain or disastrous view and make a small income in a process!

An app, called Trump2Cash, is partially tongue in impertinence though utterly interesting. It’s a bot combined in Python that watches Trumps feed and does a view research on any Tweet mentioning a open company. Is Trump observant NO WAY to Toyota? Short some stock! Is Ford bringing 700 jobs from Mexico given it believes in America (not really)? Buy buy buy!

Programmer Max Braun combined a app as a exam and it’s now creation recommendations on Twitter about either to buy or sell. He writes:

Check out a benchmark report. It’s radically a exam run that shows we how a algorithm performs on past tweets and marketplace data. You’ll see that it infrequently misses a association or gets a view wrong, though it also gets it right a lot. The trade plan infrequently leaves we adult and infrequently down.

Overall, a algorithm seems to attain some-more mostly than not: The unnatural account has an annualized lapse of about 59% given inception. There are boundary to a make-believe and a underlying data, so take it all with a pellet of salt.

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You can download a app here and run it yourself if you’re so prone or we can simply lay behind and watch it go to town, algorithmically trade formed on Trump mentions. Like Glass Joe telegraphing his diseased points in Mike Tyson’s Punch Out this bots lets the new Businessman-in-Chief lead your portfolio to riches.

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