Jumping on the AI bandwagon in March 2023, after upgrading to the premium version of Chat GPT, and using the API to run Auto-GPT, I got notified of early access to Chat GPT Plugins, which includes the ability for you to develop and use your own plugin on the Chat GPT interface.
I got access on Friday and started coding over the weekend and by Sunday night had a working version that pulled forex prices from a broker API, and performs some rudimentary technical and sentiment analysis on currency market prices.
I named the plugin Forex-GPT and it was a cool experiment of what is possible and things to come. The software architecture is as follows:
It’s worth noting that due to the token limitation on Chat-GPT, asking for anything more than a few days of data (unless it is in daily candle format) will trigger the maximum message limit, when Chat-GPT retrieves the prices from the broker API. This limit is because there is a lot of data contained in those API requests (i.e. open, high, low, and close prices, and descriptors). If you would like to learn more or contribute to the project, the code is open-source and can be found on Github.