STRATEGIES CATALOG

 

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

 

 

Adaptive Shortfall

Adaptive Implementation Shortfall is algoritm designed for reduction of market impact during executing large orders. It allows to keep trading plan with automatic reaction to price liquidity.

 

 

Basket Orders

Basket Orders is a strategy designed to automated parallel trading of many assets, balancing their share in portfolio’s value.

 

Bollinger Band

Bollinger bands strategy is trading algorithm which computes three bands - lower, middle and upper. When the middle band cross one of the other from the proper side then some order is made.

 

CCI

Commodity channel index strategy is trading algorithm which actions are dependent on a value of a CCI index which base on average and variance of some number of last trades.

 

MACD

MACD strategy is trading algorithm which actions are dependent on two lines of MACD and MACD Singal Line calculated with EMA.

 

Market Close

Strategy designed to reduce costs interrelated with market impact of huge orders. It works until demanded time and may take advanatge of auction on Market Close.

 

Parabolic SAR

Parabolic SAR strategy is a trading algorithm which role is to predict market trend change and trade assets in specific market conditions.

 

POV

Percent of Volume (POV) is a trading algorithm based on volume used to an execution of bigger orders without excessive impact on the market price.

 

RSI

Relative strength index strategy is trading algorithm which actions are dependent on a value of an RSI index which base on average wins and losses of a strategy.

 

Slow Stochastic Oscillator

Slow Stochastic Oscillator Strategy is build to gain profit on buying / selling shares in a specific market conditions.

Statistical Arbitrage

Statistical Arbitrage (SA) is build to gain profit on simultaneously buying and selling two shares of two correlated instruments

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TWAP

Time-Weighted Average Price (TWAP) is a trading algorithm based on weighted average price used to execution of bigger orders without excessive impact on the market price.

 

VWAP

Volume-Weighted Average Price (VWAP) is a trading algorithm based on pre-computed schedule which is used in an execution of a bigger order without excessive impact on the market price.

Williams %R

Williams %R strategy is trading algorithm basing on trend change indicated by Williams %R oscillator. Oscillator leads strategy to set long or short position.

 

 

 

 

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