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#1
Let's post an update here:

http://traders.com/Documentation/FEEDbk_docs/2021/07/TradersTips.html#item3
http://traders.com/Documentation/FEEDbk_docs/2021/08/TradersTips.html#item4
http://traders.com/Documentation/FEEDbk_docs/2021/09/TradersTips.html#item5
http://traders.com/Documentation/FEEDbk_docs/2021/10/TradersTips.html#item3
http://traders.com/Documentation/FEEDbk_docs/2021/11/TradersTips.html#item4
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#2
Thank you very much Eugene!

I am going to recreate all the systems in a dedicated folder in my installation.

After, I can export them; and then maybe we can share them in a folder somewhere, for everyone to just need to import them easily - I will add the proper credits of course, since I am not the author, but would be merely a facilitator.

Would a sub-folder of this GitHub repo be appropriate?
https://github.com/Mkey85/WeathLab.Community
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#3
We should give them our "new" logo that we've been using since about 10 years ago.
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Hey Paulo,

What all systems are you going to recreate, from pre-WL7 days?
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First, I was thinking of simply plagiarising the WL7 scripts - that’s easy of course; and then go backwards chronologically (or favouring more interesting strategies sometimes) and translating (or trying to) the WL6 TASC strategies into WL7: some of them seem to be easy to replicate now with the building blocks; others not and then let’s see how far I can go with my simple coding abilities.

Hopefully, this would get some momentum and then maybe others can contribute too: the code is publicly available, even for non subscribers.

To share them, we could simply create a “TASC” subfolder is some GitHub repo and maybe have a post in this forum that links to it; so anyone can download them.

Even if we would just manage to translate 2 strategies per week, in half a year we would have more than 4 years worth of published strategies.

And of course I would add, into the description, the information about the original authors only, as well as a link to the TASC website where it is published.
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Re: WL7, I have them - both Block-ed and coded strategies. Most of those scripts serve illustrational purposes, to showcase some new indicator concept. It's about once or twice a year there appears a challenging or really interesting task like those seasonality patterns which made me plot a MSChart/ScottPlot control over the chart to render a histogram or an earnings surprises system that requires fundamental data etc.

We could think about including coded strategies in a special folder of WL7 to come with new builds and maybe add Block-ed systems to Web Builder templates for easy download to WL7. Of course not every system is worth including since WL7 makes it easy to reproduce most of the ideas with Blocks.

Just throwing some ideas. Point is, careful selection is a prerequisite!
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#7
Another update:

http://traders.com/Documentation/FEEDbk_docs/2022/02/TradersTips.html#item5
https://www.wealth-lab.com/Discussion/Traders-39-Tips-2019-09-A-Simple-Way-to-Trade-Seasonality-Kaufman-7566
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http://traders.com/Documentation/FEEDbk_docs/2022/03/TradersTips.html#item3
http://traders.com/Documentation/FEEDbk_docs/2022/04/TradersTips.html#item5

P.S. A zero code solution in the May'22 issue.
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Update:

From WL8 B5 we'll start including select strategies in a TASC folder of WL8 if they contain a developed trading system's rules or an eye candy (like using ScottPlot for various graphs) or illustrate some novel concept.

What strategy won't be added is a lean one with the purpose to show yet another new indicator.
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#10
Nice!

I have been maintaining a TASC folder of my own with the strategies that were published in the Trader's Tips website (only covering the period 2021-2022).

In case someone is interested:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/oqpfe140ss2dbxd/TASC.zip?dl=0

The C# ones are just a copy/paste of the published code (plus some minor adaptations to make them work in WL8); and the Building Blocks ones were created according to the published image.
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