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Trading System based on the Linear Regression of the RSI Indicator

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Applying the linear regression to the 2-Bar Relative strength index series creates an oscillator whose values vary between 0 and 100. The oscillator reaches low values after a decline in the underlying stock and reaches high values after a fast increase.

Linear regression analysis is used to analyze the relationship between two variables. In technical analysis, it is used to determine the trend of a time-series. A high value is an indication that the applied variable is trending up.

This trading strategy generates buy signals when the oscillator value (Linear regression applied to the 2-Bar RSI) becomes lower than 10. Besides this simple rule, a liquidity rule was added to prevent the strategy from buying illiquid stocks.

The sell rules of this trading system consists of a two stop rules: a 10% profit stop and a 100-Bar stop (This means that any position will be sold if the holding period exceeds 100 trading bars).

More information about this trading system:

- All U.S. stocks except those that are listed on OTC markets are analyzed
- Trading system type: Long only
- The maximum number of positions is 10
- No money management strategies were defined
- A long ranking system was applied to this strategy. The ranking system formula is the multiplication of the close price and the 5-Bar SMA of the volume

Backtesting results:

During the 2001-2011 testing period, the trading system generated 395 traders, 76.55% of whom show a positive gain. The annual return is 26.34% and the maximum drawdown is 45.76%.

Average bars held = 47
Ulcer Index = 11.34
Sharpe Ratio = 1.06
Profit Factor = 1.62


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