This year I am focusing on learning from two of the best mentors in the Industry with outstanding track records for Creating Systems, and learning the what methods actually work as far as back testing. I was shocked by the results. So I thought I would provide them for you. The average length of time in a trade is just over 2 days.
Indicators now published in Public Library: I would like to know where the PDF link is? I am not seeing it on the post anywhere. I found the PDF link here: Could re-upload your PDF please? Your Dropbox link doesn't work.
ChrisMoody I've gone through a number of strategies here on TV and find all strategies interesting on the approach. After reading comments, it is sad on the number of traders that ask for your specific system. These traders are the largest majority of people who lose money in the markets and will never make it as a trader unless they change their approach to trading. These same people 'want' to learn without putting in the demo time, reading books, watching videos, etc.
G13Man , did you ever get a reply for this? I'd like to get this trategy ported to Quantopian - anyone want to team up on it, I'm down. Thanks for posting this strategy.
I have back tested with CQG and it is impressive. However the exit puzzles me. I believe you're getting better exits than you would in real-time, the reason being using a SMA as an exit with daily bars will give you bad data.
The only way I see to get around this is exit on close if the price is passed the SMA but of course that gives worse results. I guess another way to do it would be to use yesterdays SMA since that's fixed but once again the results won't be as good. Correct me if I'm wrong or misunderstand.
You have cited the major design flaw with ALL of larry connor's strategies. They are great academic strategies but fall apart in real trading. The worst part is that he does not offer any realtime historical results with any strategy. From the creators of MultiCharts. Select market data provided by ICE Data services.More...