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Tradestation & MultiCharts Money Management Algorithm Examples — e-mini S&P

Consecutive Losers Algorithm to Day Trade the E-mini S&P

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Consecutive Losers Algorithm to Day Trade the E-mini S&P

We always look for a better way to trade. Since we know that most systems go through a losing streak, is it better to wait to start during a losing streak? If so, how many losers should we wait for and when should we then stop and start again? The Money Management Algorithms allow you to test and automate this exact approach. The average trade profit for Tick Pulse is one of those strategy that can be improved when using Rule 13, from the Money Management Algorithms. Rule 13 is the Consecutive Losers Algorithm. It starts trading after 3 consecutive...

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Tick Pulse E-mini S&P with Money Management Algorithm

Posted by David Bean on

Tick Pulse E-mini S&P with Money Management Algorithm

The entry techniques for the Money Management Algorithms are demonstrated and how we use Pinpoint Entry technique along with the moving average of the open equity curve to improve the Tick Pulse Trading System are shown in the video below. One of the biggest challenges we face as traders it to overcome transaction costs such as slippage and commission. The more a strategy trades, the greater this factor becomes. Tick Pulse is a high frequency trading system but with the Money Management Algorithms, we can improve the average trade profit to $68. This is a good number for a frequently...

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