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Stochastic Cross Test V1.0

by Alexander Horn, 1977 days ago
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Test of long/short market filter based on cross of two Stochastics running 2x long SP500 (SSO) / 2x short SP500 (SDS).

Initial performance (Cagr +40%, Sharpe >1) seems interesting in some market times, but needs additional filters for stability and reduce high drawdowns. I post here if somebody is interested to further develop, drop me a line.

Inspired by http://www.stockfetcher.com/forums/Filter-Exchange/STOCHASTIC-CROSSOVER-SYSTEM-FOR-SDS-AND-SSO/107364 and http://indexswingtrader.blogspot.mx/2013/10/how-to-time-market-stochastics-rulez.html

"The Stochastic Crossover System is another trouv%uFFFD of Kevin McGrath. He developed this particular market filter using simple crossover/crossunder behaviors through several iterations on StrataSearch. The filter is designed for the daily SPX chart and generates buy/sell signals for SSO and SDS, two leveraged Exchange Traded Funds. Kevin finally added a 3% trailing stop to provide some form of hazard insurance.

The strategy is based on the crossings of a stochastics %D(5,1,5) with a stochastics %D(5,1,10):
- Go long when %D(5,1,5) crosses below %D(5,1,10).
- Go short when the reverse happens."

Included two options and optimization parameters:
1) Buy SSO / Buy SDS
2) Buy SSO / Short SSO

more here:
http://www.logical-invest.com/


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