The second installment from Quantlabs.net. This time on trading opportunities within European Union:
Scanning hot sectors for market trading within Europe
A quick run down on which market sectors could get hot within what country of the Euro Area. These could be very useful to break down trading opportunities by country and economic trading for ETF or indices.
I recommend followers of Insight Corporation to check this Blog and this post in particular. Why? It is about the list of Videos and the supporting material found in there to help the interested get a grip on Algorithmitic Trading:
Scanning US markets for hot sectors to pair trade or arbitrage
Here are my first set of call with this potential Pair Trading/Arbitrage strategy. This will be part of my Algo Trading Course in Python which you can find here
These are my ‘market calls’ as explained in my video. Just remember my disclaimer that I am not a register financial advisor and these are only for research purposes!
I will check back in a few weeks to see how these did
First call Mar 7:
Long EQR Short OAKS
Long LEN Short BZH
Long HTGC Short JGW
And here it is Bryan Downing – the founder – talk about the issue in the post: the strategy of pair of stocks trading: ” Scanning US markets for hot sectors to pair trade:
I would like to say that I must pay more attention to a fellow Blogger here at Insight Corporation. His name is Bryan Downing and he is from England, but lives in Toronto, Canada. He is a Software geek and expert with a knowledge base in Trading and Financial Markets.
Without a regular schedule I will post and re-post editions of Bryan’s Blog: Quantlabs.net. Specially on these topics: Quantitative Investment Strategies, Markets Infrastructure, Trading Algorithms and Risk Management technologies, which are ones where I see to be of mine and Bryan’s interest and expertise. I recommend also everyone to follow and check the Youtube video channel for the Blog.
Smart beta crucial to measure trading risk
This is an import risk metric I use to assess when choosing a long vs short in my upcoming Abritrage Phase of upcoming trading course. See video below to see detail of this next phase which should start early May
The link in the post today is from the blog Systematic Investor and is concerned with Asset Allocation, Portfolio Contruction, Intraday Trading and Probabilistic Momentum Strategies.
With the codes needed to implement the strategies, it may well be a must see for the Algorithmic Traders community that are interested to build strong portfolios.
Probabilistic Momentum with Intraday data.