Mean-Reversion Signals Sample Report
Report is as of the close of December 6, 2017.
Note: this report and signals are now outdated.
Mean-reversion signals for SPY (or UPRO) are generated by two long-only strategies. Updates are posted before the market open when there are new signals.
Last updated: 12/06/2017 after the market close.
|Signal Date||Strategy||Action||Order Date||Status|
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How to interpret the signals listed in the above table and chart
- The strategies are long-only and generate signals for SPY (or URPO if leverage is desired)
- Signal Date indicates when an entry or exit signal was generated at the close of the day
- The Action to Open (enter) or Close (exit) a position is for the open of the next trading day
- Positions are entered at the open of Order Date
- Only the two most recent signals of each strategy is shown in the table above
- Multiple signals are ignored, i.e., new long signals while a long petition is open are not shown
- The status of strategies is Long or Flat. Long turns to Flat when an exit signal is generated
- Most recent signals are shown in bold.
- Year-to-date performance and backtests are available here and here.
- Mean-reversion trading carries high risk since there are no stops. Most traders allocate to it only a small percentage of available capital in the range of 5% to 10% and some leverage it accordingly. Please read the disclaimer below.
- No claim is being made that the signal list is complete and accurate. Signals may be missed from time to time due to technical problems or data discrepancies.
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