Trading Strategies For Hedge Funds
Please note: None of the strategies listed in this section has been coded or disclosed in a social trading platform. The strategies are proprietary and were not data mined but instead based on sound hypotheses about price action behavior and formation of anomalies in short-term timeframes.
Click on a strategy below for more details. The strategies are offered for sale to hedge funds after signing a non-disclosure agreement. Weekly signal of selected strategies are available on a subscription basis. Contact us for more details.
Hedge funds can also develop strategies with our DLPAL LS software. We also provide weekly signals for hedge funds and professional traders.
Contact us for details and pricing. Important: Please use an email address based on the hedge fund domain name. This is an example of an acceptable email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. We do not reply to emails from free email accounts. Also please include the following:
- Fund name
- Your name and position
- Telephone number
- Website of hedge fund
Note that these strategies are not available to individuals and we reserve the right to deny any such requests.
Performance from 01/03/2017 to 12/29/2017. For longer-term performance click on the links of the strategy table above.
|Long/Short DOW weekly||24.8%||11.8%||13.4%|
Performance is net of $0.01 per share commission with no leverage.
Equity and Underwater Equity curves, 01/04/2016 – 12/29/2017
Performance is net of $0.01 per share commission with no leverage and it is not annualized.
Disclaimer: The strategies are provided as educational trading tools for informational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice. We do not warrant the accuracy, completeness, fitness or timeliness for any particular purposes of any strategy. Under no circumstances the strategies should be treated as financial advice. Please read our Disclaimer and Terms and Conditions.
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