Tag Archives: discretionary trading
Conflicting signals are rare in DLPAL DQ daily quantitative scans. Here is recent example along with suggestions of how to deal with these rare situations.
This one has no easy answer: stick to the trading system or exercise caution and ignore its signals when there are extreme values in some other indicators. Obviously, this can lead to a hybrid approach but interfering with a system … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce DLPAl DQ, a quantitative scanner for stock, futures and forex traders operating in discretionary or quasi-systematic mode.
Discretionary trading is hard and this is one reason it is being abandoned and replaced by systematic trading. Below is just an example of a trade from last week.
Price Action Lab can identify patterns in price series that have the potential of being true anomalies. In this article, I outline the steps followed for the identification of potential anomalies in daily data. Validation methods involve increasing the sample … Continue reading