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Our 3 algo collections
The name Prime comes from the mathematical term; to denote variable names in the optimization process. Vague but still a clue to the characteristics of the hidden code. Our first algo type is called Prime and is based on a trendfollowing strategy. It's our most simple strategies in terms of code complexity but still very effective. The conditions and parameters used in in this strategy are universal meaning that an algo that has been developed for one market may very well work good on a couple of other markets too. That, in our opinion together with the strong Out-of-sample periods, tells us that the fundamentals of the strategy is very strong. As with most trendfollowing strategy, it uses a medium to large stoploss, meaning that the you will see a high winrate (around 80%) but you will not see the algo hitting the perfect bottom or the perfect top. The trades you will see are following big movements within the current trend. All prime algos have been developed with 20-30% In-Sample period and 60-70% Out-of-sample period ensuring that the algos are not overly optimized.
The name Plus comes from the fact that this algo type have it all, utilizing every single possiblity in the ProRealTime platform™. It can be considered the all-inclusive algo. Our second algo type is our most advanced algo type yet. It's utilizing 7 different timeframes for entry and runs with a advanced trailing code to catch as much profit as possible without getting stopped out prematurely. The algos have been developed through rigorous data mining with starting point in classic price action patterns. One can say that this algo type pushes the ProRealTime™ platform to the limit in terms of functionality aswell as the data used in the development process. As with most trendfollowing strategy, it uses a medium to large stoploss, meaning that the you will see a high winrate (around 80%). You will not see the algo hitting the perfect bottom or the perfect top, but you will see trades taking big profits following big movements within the trend. Most prime algos have been developed with 20-30% In-Sample period and 60-70% Out-of-sample period ensuring that the algos are not overly optimized.
The name Cuts comes from the fact that out of every 100 algos we've ever developed, we've cut out 99 and only kept the best 1. The algos in this collection are not based on a single strategy like the Prime/Plus, but is rather a number of algos based on different strategy types e.g. mean reversions, breakouts. All algos differ from one another. Over the years we've developed ALOT(!) of strategies. Most strategies are discarded before even reaching the testing phase. Some algos make it to testing but fail there, others are just forgotten in the long list of systems, What we did was to go through every single algo we've ever developed. Even the forgotten ones. We looked at the the performance since it was built and the performance pre-development OOS (1 million bars). Out of the list of qualified algos we've picked the best performing ones. They differ from the two other algo types Prime and Plus both have medium to large stoplosses, and average gains smaller than the average losses. The Cuts algos all have small stoplosses, with smaller winrates, compensating with bigger average gains than losses