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Tradestation & MultiCharts Money Management Algorithm Examples

How to Trade a Runaway Market in the E-mini S&P

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It can be challenging to capture what is essentially a low volatility, straight up market when actively trading. Our VIX Swing E-mini S&P has been the best way to capture this market. The money management algorithms version reduces the risk on VIX Swing but hasn't traded since September 2016.  In the video below, we go into a detailed discussion of how to make adjustments to use the money management algorithms to trade this pattern now and still limit your risk. The VIX Swing Open Code is included with the Money Management Algorithms for Tradestation, NinjaTrader 7, NinjaTrader 8, and Multicharts. We have...

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MultiCharts Cobra CT Vb E-mini S&P Money Management Algorithm Setup

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MultiCharts VIX Swing E-mini S&P Money Management Algorithm Setup

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This is an example of how to setup the VIX Swing E-mini S&P using the Money Management Algorithms in MultiCharts.

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Day Trading the DAX

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Tick Count Trend is a strategy that we have had for a while. It trades a lot and its weakness is a low average trade profit. We can boost the average trade profit by increasing the stop loss and profit target. We can further boost the average trade profit with our Money Management Algorithms. If we wait for a 3000 Euro drawdown and then exit on a 2000 Euro runup, the results improve as we miss some of the drawdown and get in on the cycle of runup to boost the average trade profit. Also, the long only side has a...

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Finding Profitable Trades in a Losing Strategy in Tradestation

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Finding Profitable Trades in a Losing Strategy in Tradestation

Here is the workspace for this video. If you have the MM Algorithms, then you will have all the ELD on your computer and you can download this workspace and open it up. The money management algorithms give you the opportunity to "pick off" winning pieces in the equity curve of a trading system. Sometimes it is easier to find these winning pieces in a very bad equity curve than it is to eliminate bad pieces in a good equity curve. This is especially true if the bad equity curve is high frequency while the good equity curve is low...

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