They’re market generic. They include spot & currency futures but that sector only accounts for around 30% of activity. They’re weighted to stocks & commodities.
2 are trend biased, 1 of which specifically identifies & prioritizes candidates based on volatility metrics. They’re both primed to take advantage of multi-day rollover/pyramiding plays wherever possible.
The 3rd is an intra-day average range/mean reversion model which identifies & executes pre-determined percentage extension moves. Although it’s a 24/7 scan/filter engine which is designed for high turnover, multiple round trips, it only executes when specific conditions come into play. Again, the weighting primarily leans towards stocks/equities & commodities.
[quote=“corin, post:1200, topic:71504”]& on that score do the op’s undertake out of house development & programming work? & is the funding introduced or direct?
Would be interesting to discover how the business arrangement played out[/quote]
They design, develop & update the software themselves dependent on current market cycles, & that’s the key to it’s success. The engines perform all the work but they still need to be switched off at the appropriate times. As far as I know they don’t hire out, but no doubt they’ll chip in if I’m mistaken.
I was working on my own automated stuff based around some of their content, as were a couple of other thread regulars. Some of the tasks I required the engine to perform were beyond my capabilities & experience, so they kindly stepped in & assisted with refining some of the filtering & execution processes.
They’ve previously matched & introduced traders to investment funding opportunities, & a couple of us were very interested in venturing down that route once/if we achieved a consistent enough track record or showed sufficient promise betting their concepts.
That’s the only reason we received personal hands on assistance with the automated side.
The progression down that route was a no brainer really as the stuff they’ve presented lends itself perfectly to that end.
Entering into a working relationship with them not only allowed us to fast track our own aims & objectives, but it saved us a massive amount of time trying to sift out the wheat from the chaff. It also exposed us to another layer of opportunity via the intraday/ high turnover stuff, which can be a minefield unless you’re lucky enough to receive input from those experienced in that activity. The real benefits are gained through the time/effort/cost savings.
The financing & contact doors they’ve opened would ordinarily have remained shut. Plus the chances of linking up with top end programmers & developers out there who aren’t already contracted-in or approachable are nigh on impossible.
It’s very unusual for me to be in a right place/right time scenario so I made darned sure I wasn’t going to let this opportunity slip by, lol.