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Hi Amarjit. Thanks for the words. I just wanted to do something that I wish was available when I started trading. Let me know how things are going.
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There are additional risks and challenges: for example, system failure risks, network connectivity errors, time-lags between trade orders and execution, and, most important of all, imperfect algorithms. The more complex an algorithm, the more stringent backtesting is needed before it is put into action.
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The return to a normal pattern is not guaranteed, as an unexpected high or low could be an indication of a shift in the norm. Such events could include, but are not limited to, new product releases or developments on the positive side, or recalls and lawsuits on the negative side.
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The typical hedge ratio for the fund is 67%, which is designed to produce a portfolio that, inclusive of leverage, has a beta of one to broad market indices. The hedge ratio, however, may be adjusted depending on the investment team's view of the market and GPIM's macroeconomic views. Changing the hedge ratio will impact the beta of the portfolio resulting in a portfolio that is either over- or underexposed to broad market equities.
The majority of the book can be followed quite easily without reference to difficult mathematics. However, the sections on forecasting and time series analysis require some basic calculus and linear algebra.
On GBPAUD daily chart, there is a clear breakout on , forming a clear C leg of the ABC pattern. I like to hear your thoughts on your bearish view on this chart, thanks
Implementing the algorithm using a computer program is the last part, clubbed with backtesting. The challenge is to transform the identified strategy into an integrated computerized process that has access to a trading account for placing orders. The following are needed:
However, if you break down the problem , into small easy-to-handle constituent parts and make consistent progress on improving your system every day it can eventually become very successful.
We need to pay attention to the ‘tails’ of candles that occur at or near key levels in the market. Ask yourself how prices reacted during each daily session…where did they close? The close is the most important level of the day, and often if a market fails to close beyond a key market level, it can signal a significant false-break. Often, prices will probe a level or attempt to break out, but by the close of the daily bar price has rejected that level and ‘tailed out’, showing a false-break or false-test of the level. A failure of the market to close beyond a key market level can lead to a large retracement or a change of trend. Thus, the close of a price bar is the most important level to watch, and the daily chart close is what I consider to be the most important.
If you are using one of the simple strategies, you can wait for the signal to play out and then see how the strategy you are using is reacting.