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CTAs have been unable to profit this year according to official sources, adding to a long streak of disappointing returns in recent years. This is despite some notable downtrends in bonds, gold, commodities and currencies this year. Based on statistical … Continue reading
The popular rule “the trend is your friend” worked well in the past but during this year it has been challenged by erratic price action and swings. This could be a temporary phenomenon and momentum traders are not ready to … Continue reading
Absolute price series momentum woes in the equity markets continue this year. Only one of the four models considered shows positive performance in SPY.
In an article last October I included results for year-to-date performance of four popular price series momentum strategies trading SPY. Since then, performance has gotten a lot worse as the updated results show.
Both absolute and relative momentum strategies generated losses in 2015 while naive allocation schemes succeeded in preserving capital. In this article, I provide examples for a portfolio of two ETFs allocating to stocks and bonds.
The golden cross in S&P 500 from last month has just failed after another failed death-cross from October. Stock market trend followers are accumulating losses after a 4-year uptrend. A number of funds have already shut down operations.
Quant trading is in fashion nowadays. This article may help you in separating the wheat from the chaff.
There are at least five factors that combined may create conditions for multi-year range-bound action in the U.S. stock market: Higher market efficiency, proliferation of ETFs, a crowded momentum trade, high frequency trading and the end of stimulus. Momentum traders … Continue reading