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Category Archives: Trading Strategies
Although the high of VIX was below 11 on January 27 of this year, the SPY ETF has gained 1.11% since. Some traders expected a quick rise in volatility and shorted the market but any gains in VIX evaporated fast … Continue reading
In this article we outline the steps for developing a trading strategy for TLT ETF using the delay trade input option. Out-of-sample performance is analyzed in Amibroker and Quantopian platform.
In this article we outline the steps for developing a trading strategy for XLF ETF. The out-of-sample performance is analyzed in the Quantopian platform and it is shown to significantly outperform the SPY benchmark.
In this article we list the validation tools provided by DLPAL. Validation methods are an important integral part of strategy development. DLPAL offers different validation methods to increase the significance of the results.
In this article we show one way DLPAL can be used to execute a long/short equity strategy. The features generated by the p-indicator function of the program are used to identify long and short candidates. An example is included.
Price Action Lab Blog Blog offers signals generated by three strategies and also has a strategy developed via machine learning tracked in the Quantopian platform. Below are performance details for 2016.
As far as I am concerned, this year marks the end of discretionary trading. Although this is done on a positive note for this blog, it is clear that discretionary trading, especially the type that is based on classical technical … Continue reading
Variations in the results generated by different backtesting platforms are common. In this article, I compare year-to-date backtesting results from Amibroker and Quantopian for a robust strategy that was machine designed by Price Action Lab software a few years ago. … Continue reading