DLPAL Strategy For Trading EURUSD With Backward Validation

This is an example of a strategy for trading EUR/USD currency pair in the daily timeframe developed by DLPAL S. The results are validated in  a backward sample.

Below are the results of the search:

DLPAL S found a total of 7 strategies, 6 long and 1 short. Profit target and stop-loss are 150 pips, specified as 0.015 in a TRS file.

Below is equity curve in Amibroker with code generated by DLPAL S for all strategies combined:

The search started in 2012 because in forex market conditions change and we want to generate maximum alpha. Backtest period is from 01/02/2012 to 03/31/2017. Maximum drawdown is less than 15% for $20K initial capital per standard lot, Sharpe is 1.73 and CAR is about 30%. Below are the results of  a Monte Carlo simulation,

There is 5% probability for a drawdown of about 40%. This is acceptable in forex trading with low initial capital.

How has this strategy performed on unseen data? Below is a backtests with data since 01/2002.

Sharpe ratio is 1.13 and performance is acceptable in 10 years of unseen data, which is actually a longer period than the in sample.

Conclusion is that the identified strategy by DLPAL may have some economic value. Further testing is required. This was just an example.

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