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R squared of a good Trading strategy

What would you consider a decent R square value of a good trading strategy. I know R squared is not a good metric for judging trading strategies but still at an initial stage how do you decide to ...
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Why “profit factor” is used to compare trading strategies?

A lot of books/articles/trading forums mention that "profit factor" is probably the most important measure and should be used to compare different trading strategies. They define profit factor as ...
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How to choose trades over time when capital is limited

Say I'm in the business of trading forward contracts. So at some point in time, I look at the markets, and determine a number of trades I could make. For each trade, I know the profit I expect to make,...
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Do you think this strategy will work?

I have been playing with paper trading and am planning on getting into the real stock market soon, but I want to make sure my strategy is realistic before I put real money on it. I made a program ...
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Black-Scholes Delta value at maturity?

Having to implement a replication strategy for European options, I encounter the following problem: Delta tells me how many shares to hold at time t in my replication strategy. To do so, I simply ...
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Adjusting volatility while constructing portfolio

I am trying to construct a portfolio based on a macro momentum strategy for backtesting purposes as outlined in https://www.aqr.com/-/media/AQR/Documents/Insights/White-Papers/A-Half-Century-of-Macro-...
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how to measure a event driven strategy?

How to measure an event driven investment strategy? Say I have a strategy which I assume that if a firm has positive momentum and it has a refinance corporate action, it's value will increase. For ...
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Comprehending Corr heatmap from multiple trials of investment strategy (Paper)

Can someone please explain the heatmap of Corr from backtests in this research paper ? A Data Science Solution to the Multiple-Testing Crisis in Financial Research - Lopez De Prado (2019) - (Exhibit #...
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Does MPR imply strategies with positive average return?

Doesn't the existence of Market Price of Risk make investment strategies relying on the average outcome of a risky investment attractive as compared to the expected value of it (computed under the ...
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What are different types of response variable we can consider while developing quant model

I was trying to understand the response variables used in the quantitative trading/investing model development. This question may not look good but I searched on google and could not find results. ...
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Portfolio models that maximize cumulative returns

Portfolio optimization typically looks at minimizing portfolio volatility, or maximizing the portfolio's Sharpe ratio (risk-adjusted return), but are there any recent, reasonable approaches to ...
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Assessing transaction costs of different portfolio strategies

I am trying to evaluate different dynamic allocation strategies based on the same stocks' universe according to their transaction costs. I was thinking to simply compute it as some sort of turnover ...
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Market neutral without short selling

Would it be possible to design a market neutral strategy without short selling? According to Investopedia: Market-neutral strategies are often attained by taking matching long and short ...
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Arbitrage and dominant strategies : Linear Pricing measure

Given a monoperiodic setting, my professor defines that if there is no arbitrage opportunity, it means that there is no dominant strategy. This is clear. However he defines that if there is NO ...
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Non-binary Strategy evaluation by comparing to a perfect baseline

When building a strategy, how do you evaluate if it is 'good enough'? Some may say 'Well if it has positive return and low drawdown it should be a good indication', and others will add more 'things it ...
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Calculating basic win% of simple trend-following strategy?

I apologize if this isn't the correct place to post this. I'm not quite sure where else I should post on stackexchange. I'd like to preface this by saying I'm not actually planning on trading. This ...
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Best strategy for generating floats with minimum amount of risk

I'm looking for a way to get cash-in-hand in exchange for future obligation. For example, I can sell deep-in-the-money puts and buy out-of-the-money puts (for hedge) with expiration of 2 years, The ...
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Seagull Spread payoffs

I'm looking at different option strategies and the ways that their payoffs differ (and therefore how they can differently be used). I'm looking at the long seagull (buy a call spread and sell a put), ...
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Is forex trade set up where profit target is twice as far from stop loss is good strategy? [closed]

I was listening to this youtube video and the author is explaining that good way is to set up forex trades in a way where 10 pips in 'losing' direction (Stop loss) and 20 pips in 'winning' direction (...
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Show that convexity of call price as a function of the strike is violated [closed]

European call options with strikes 90, 100 and 110 on the same underlying asset and with the same maturity are trading for 22.50, 18.84 and 13.97 respectively. show that the convexity of the call ...

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