XT wrote previously:I am sure we can all agree that there is no "holy grail" algorithm that solves all problems and that AIM in its standard book form can't be improved. Please remeber we are all here for the same basic reason!I hereby revise my previous reply:1 I agree there no "holy Grail" algorithm that solves all problems. But that does not mean we should not ry to make wat we have better, unless it already proven to be the best we can get.2 AIM in it standard book form....I say there is no "standard form". Right from the beginning even Lichello was flexible enough to see that variations had merit. He said somehing to the effect that his method was tolerant enough to accept buy/sell excecutions different than the strict numbers being generated form his scheme. In effect, therefore, Lichello agreed that playing with the numbers such as SAFE and the AMOUNT bought or sold was perfectly alright.Thus, if we considere the basics that Lichello presented then I do not agree that it can't be improved....Lichello would not have agreed to that! Lichello-by-the-book CAN be improved...and we try to figure out HOW!Conrad
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