The Investment Strategy Portfolio

We have engineered a diverse set of trading strategies designed to capitalize on various market phases. These include:

  • Mean Reversion - the principle that asset prices inevitably gravitate back to their average values. This implies that when an asset's price swings too far in any direction, reaching overbought or oversold zones, a reversal towards the original trend is highly probable.

  • Momentum - Momentum trading is a technique where traders buy and sell financial assets after being influenced by recent price trends. They look to take advantage of upward or downward trends within the financial markets until the trend starts to fade.

  • Breakout - entering a long position after the price breaks above a resistance level or goes short if the stock breaks below the support level. This model is focused on detecting new trends before they occur, via our unique approach to data analysis. Once we detect momentum, we ride the trend and exit the position once we’ve hit our goal.

  • Trend Following - this strategy takes advantage of long, medium, or short-term moves. We’re market agnostic, meaning we can bet with or against markets to ensure our investment strategy delivers.

These different strategies will be deployed in the portfolio, in multiple time frames and trading multiple assets, employing both long and short market directions, as well as bull or bear sides.

By having a diverse range of strategies at our fingertips, allows us to trade a non-correlated portfolio, meaning the strategies complement not contradict each other.

For example, if one strategy is underperforming, there is a high likelihood that one of the others can be utilized to ensure the portfolio’s performance remains positive.

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