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After the close of Monday, May 15, 2017, DLPAL signaled deterioration of positive bias in Dow 30 and higher probability of a correction. The confirmation of the signal yesterday adds to empirical evidence about the short-term predictive power of the … Continue reading
Zero-Intelligence (ZI) traders act randomly with minimal constraints. This year ZI traders have determined price action and are causing difficulties to traders with non-random models.
This is an example of a strategy for trading GLD in the daily timeframe developed by DLPAL S. The results are validated in TLT and SPY.
After receiving numerous requests for it, we are pleased to announce DLPAL S. This software offers quantitative trading functionality at very low cost.
Short-term portfolio trading strategies can generate absolute returns during times that longer-term strategies experience a drawdown. In this article we include an example of how to use DLPAL to develop of strategy for trading Dow stocks.
We use the ensemble feature generation of DLPL PRO with weekly data of Dow-30 stocks to forecast weekly returns. The strategy based on the ensemble features has less drawdown but the same MAR ratio as buy and hold.
Nearly 75% of DLPAL software sales have come from outside the U.S so far. Below are some possible reasons for this trend that we believe is present everywhere in the trading and quant software industry.