MEAN REVERSION STRATEGY
Mean Reversion is a popular way for traders to capture and profit from short term price movements. This strategy attempts to buy strongly trending stocks that are experiencing brief periods of weakness. Testing in the Australian and US markets across 35,000 symbols over a period of 20-years and shows consistent profitability.
The strategy allows users to generate buy and sell signals, plot charts, run backtests and adjust a myriad of parameter settings without needing to understand coding. Other filters include price, volume, turnover, market regime and two position sizing modes. The code is open source.
MEAN REVERSION STRATEGY SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Purchaser must sign a sale agreement that contains a non-disclosure agreement. No refund is available on this product. Once the code is purchased the sale is final.
This is turnkey code and purchasers are expected to have Amibroker and know how to use it. The turnkey code does not come with support.
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Past performance is not a reliable indication of future performance. This material has been prepared based on information believed to be accurate at the time of publication. Subsequent changes in circumstances may occur at any time and may impact the accuracy of the information.
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