I recently stumbled across an interesting article on the website medium.com which showed some incredible backtest results for a parabolic stock trading system.
The strategy attempts to find explosive, profitable stock trades and was shown to produce a 397.55% net return between 1st January and 12th November 2017.
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At the time of writing, bitcoin prices were touching $15,000 having previously hit a high of $17,000 intraday. The cryptocurrency is seemingly unstoppable at this point and could well be the biggest bubble of our lifetime.
The latest price increase is wild and comes as the CME and CBOE prepare to launch bitcoin futures next week. This development is likely to bring a new dimension to the bitcoin market and no-one knows how it will pan out. Read more »
Today’s trading edge is to go short GBTC stock (ticker symbol for the GBTC Investment Trust) and go long bitcoin in order to profit from the substantial spread between the two products.
This spread is predicted to close once Bitcoin futures go live on the CBOE and CME futures exchanges in a few days time. Read more »
We have a number of trading strategies available on Marwood Research and we have been tracking their performance throughout the year.
Following you will find year-to-date performance of a selection of our trading strategies. Please note that these are all end-of-day, low maintenance strategies. They require very little work and investment of time and can be used as part of a diversified portfolio. Read more »
One of the hardest things to do in investing is to buy the market as it makes yet another new high.
Intuitively it makes little sense. The only way to profit in the stock market is to sell something for more than you paid for it so why would you buy something that has been going up for the last eight years? Read more »
Some investors focus on momentum stocks. Some look for value. Contrarian traders search out for the most hated or worst performing stocks.
Recently, I came across the following graphic from Bloomberg which shows the 2017 performance of the 10 most shorted stocks in Asia: Read more »
The Money Flow Index indicator (MFI) is an oscillator that uses price and volume to measure momentum. It’s also known as a volume-weighted RSI and can be used in a similar way.
In this article I will be testing a strategy that I found on a popular trading website. Read more »
Humans have been trying to time the stock market with fancy indicators since the beginning of time. But do they work? In this article I test five different market timing indicators. They are:
- Coppock Curve
- Zweig Breadth Thrust
- Arms Index (TRIN)
- McClellan Oscillator
- No. Of New 52-Week Lows
These market indicators are all available with my historical database from Norgate Data. Read more »
It has now been 16 years since the horrific attacks on the twin towers. A day which changed the world and had a profound impact on millions of people.
I remember very clearly what I was doing that day and I’m sure that you do too. It was a day that I will never forget.¹ Read more »
It’s a fair assumption that managers will have a better insight into the financial state of the company they’re running than outside investors. A manager will act and make decisions that are based around what they perceive the outlook for that company to be.
It’s also assumed that when a company makes a corporate action, such as a share buyback, a merger, a dividend or an equity issue, as soon as it’s announced, the market factors that into the price to reflect the potential long term impact of the decision. Read more »