The Fluxionization™ strategy (FLUXSP100) makes use of Isaac Newton’s fluxions and probability theory to trade long-only S&P 100 stocks. The strategy has performed well even during the financial crisis bear market with a hypothetical return of about +9%.
Isaac Newton’s idea of fluents and fluxions changed mathematics, physics and the world. Very briefly, a fluxion is the instantaneous rate of change of a fluent at a given point in time. The Fluxionization™ strategy makes use of these ideas and probability theory to trade long-only S&P 100 stocks.
Fluxionization™ strategy (FLUXSP100)
Time-frame: Daily (adjusted data)
Strategy type: Long-only
Universe: S&P 100 stocks from current composition
Backtest period: 01/03/2000 – 08/11/2017
Maximum open positions: 30
Commission per share: $0.01
Position size per stock: Equity/30
Position entry and exit: Open of next bar
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It may be seen that based on the backtest results the strategy has outperformed buy and hold by about 200 basis points in terms of CAGR. As far as MAR (CAGR/max. DD), there is significant outperformance, 0.09 for buy and hold versus 0.36 for the strategy. Note that exposure for the strategy is less than 50%.
Below are the equity curve, underwater equity curve, monthly returns table and Monte Carlo simulation curve for drawdown percent . (Click on images to enlarge.)
A +11.6% return in 2008 and a +9.5% return in 2011 are indications of the robust performance of this long-only strategy. The Monte Carlo simulation shows less than 1% probability of a 4% or larger drawdown.
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