Update: Brand New Trading System Added - System 6 - ETF Pullbacks!
Hedge Fund Trading Systems Part Two contains six completely new and unique trading systems for stocks, ETFs and futures.
System One Follow The Money is a weekly strategy designed for the S&P 600 small cap universe. It combines momentum, volume and volatility to find lasting trends.
System Two Nasdaq Pivots is a daily bar strategy that works off daily pivot levels. It's designed to be used on Nasdaq 100 stocks but could also be adapted for other markets.
System Three Shorting ETFs is a short strategy that trades leveraged ETFs and takes advantage of a concept called time decay.
System Four E-Mini Dips is a 'buy-the-dip' type strategy and this one is designed to trade the E-Mini S&P 500 futures contract as well as the US Ten Year Note futures contract.
System Five Bar Strength is a daily mean reversion strategy based on a simple price action indicator and is designed for 7 liquid ETFs: SPY, QQQ, TLT, VNQ, XLE, GLD, IEF.
System Six ETF Pullbacks is another mean reversion strategy that finds pullbacks in upward trending ETFs and has a high win rate of over 70%.
Every system on the course has been run on robust historical data from Norgate Investor Services and shows a clear profitable edge in back-testing.
The goal is to provide objective trading systems with clear rules. All faith and opinion based analysis is left behind here.
Access to the course includes full Amibroker source code (AFL) for each system, lessons on back-testing and my personalised process for taking a trading system live.
Note that you do not need Amibroker to take this course as all the system rules are fully explained.
Joe Marwood is an independent trader and investor specialising in stock trading, stock investing and trading systems. He worked as a professional futures trader for a trading firm in London and now works through his own private company.
He started his career trading futures and he worked right through the financial crisis of 2008/2009. He has a passion for building mechanical trading strategies and uses a blend of fundamental and technical analysis to find low-risk investment opportunities.
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