has anyone used this softwareI use it and I would say I am a happy customer.It does a good job of predicting(approximating) the ranges and the trend - but do not expect it to be the holy grail. VP is based on neural network algorithms. Neural network systems work well in approximation and error-correction strategies. Like all other systems, they will inherently fail if you expect them to predict exact buy-sell signals. If you trade using technical analysis, VP is a useful tool to have - especially to investigate the strength of a trend and for placing stops and profit targets.The VP software is expensive(5-6 times nearest competitors) and is recommended only if you are a serious trader, spend serious time researching charts, trends etc and have a rough idea of the general market trends. If you expect to make money with simple buy-sell signals then VP is useless.Although I do not post my trades on these boards, here is one my previous(recent) trades - the overall trend and direction was confirmed using VP.http://boards.fool.com/Message.asp?mid=24632352My complaint is that their interface is pretty primitive and I wish they allowed customization, searching, filtering, ranking based on trends etc.Feel free to PM me if you want more specifics on my experiences.
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