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Firstly, I suggest you to use more recognized source to study and compute quantitative finance model or indicators; in such case, for instance, you could take as example the following paper as reference. Precisely there, the authors describe some common errors that one can do in computing the Sortino ratio; although surely you did not do any of them, ...


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I would make a Bayesian inference based upon the mathematical moments. The Kelly Crierion and other tools can be applied to maximize gain.


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I don't know if there is a standard way of solving the problem, but I solve it thus: Strategy A bought for $C_a$ dollars and sold for $S_a$ dollars for a result of $R_a = S_a - C_a$ over $T_a$ days. Strategy B bought for $C_b$ dollars and sold for $S_b$ dollars for a result of $R_b = S_b - C_b$ over $T_b$ days. Where $C_a$ and $C_b$ is the total sum of ...



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