Risk management is one of the most critical elements of successful trading system development, yet it is often overlooked or misunderstood. At its core, risk management is the art of balancing risk and reward, protecting funds from market volatility while maximizing profits.
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Last week we saw elevated levels of volatility and uncertainty. The week before SVB was failing in the midst of a regional banking crisis. Last week we saw the SNB step into backstop Credit Suisse as the troubled lender grappled with a falling share price and a lack of confidence.
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Last week we expected the markets to be all about the data. We had the Fed speaking early in the week which continued the higher for longer theme and the hotly anticipated monthly payrolls were due Friday.
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WARNING: The recent demise of Silicon Valley Bank, a dominant force in the technology financing sphere, has sent shockwaves throughout the investment community, triggering a sense of apprehension regarding the potential for market instability and losses. The bank’s abrupt downfall has laid bare the vulnerability of the banking sector.
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Unleashing the Power of Algorithmic Trading: How Data and Math Make Investing Safer and More Successful. In recent years, algorithmic trading has emerged as a dominant force in financial markets, attracting interest from investors and traders alike. One of the key reasons for its popularity is the safety and reduced risk it offers compared to manual human trading.
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Last week quieter than expected as February came to an end. The main focus that has emerged has been the Higher for Longer as the markets look to reprice rate expectations and inflation remains stubbornly high. The DXY lost 0.7% as rate expectations for the Fed increased. Any higher for longer will have a drag on the US economy.
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In the realm of financial markets, an undeniable trend has emerged – an inexorable shift towards the use of data mining for trading strategies. This is no mere fad, but a bona fide revolution in the way trading is done.
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Last week saw another week of strong data from the US. This led the market to disregard any level of terminal rates as markets look to be set for higher and longer than expected. Inflation remains strong with the risk off theme continuing. The USD showed strength with the DXZY closing +1.3% on the week.
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Last week the US CPI was released. The surprise was to the upside with the YoY did drop for the seventh month, but January’s decline was just 0.1% to 6.4%. This was higher than the market expectation and yields push higher on the back of the release.
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Last week the markets took a breath after the FOMC / NFP week previously. The market is taking time to figure out if this is truly the peak of Fed rate rises or if there could be more to come.
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The future will reflect the past- but it won’t be the same as the past. By manipulating and changing the actual bar chart data of an instrument we can test how a system will go on a similar, but different version of history- an effort to make the past simulate the future.
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Last week saw the first anticipated rate hike from the fed. A 25bps rise and a failure to maintain the hawkish stance led the market to believe we are reaching our long-anticipated pause point.
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Quiet Week as Market Awaits Fed. Last week was the first quiet week of the year. The markets gained vs the US Dollar as we could be heading towards the crucial pivot point in Fed Rate rises.
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This week we look at another Monte Carlo Analysis statistical tool- skipping and adding trades. Like last week’s trade re-ordering it is designed to stress test a system and give a more complete idea of the risk profile it is carrying.
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Last week saw the anticipated BOJ announcement which disappointed the market. The BOJ decided not to take any action on interest rates which was a surprise. Other than that, the market had a relatively sideways week.
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bMAMS uses different statistical methods to demonstrate or prove that our trading systems will perform in a real, unknown trading environment.
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Last week saw the CPI number released. the YoY number met expectations however the market viewed the print as further fuel to the Feds fire to pause its tightening of interest rates. The USD fell significantly along with a risk asset rally.
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Last week saw liquidity come back into the market after a quiet Christmas break. As ever with the first week of the month it was non-Farm Payrolls on Friday which although was strong the other data from the US was on the weaker side leading to a USD sell off.
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When the USDJPY is looked at statistically, its volatility has increased 300+% from 2021. Underlying why this year was such a difficult market for many.
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