The following picture shows the different tracks AlgorithmicTrading.net has offered since we began back in August 2013.
This data following this table shows the progression of our product offerings and is being shared in the spirit of full-disclosure/transparency so that potential clients can see the other algorithmic trading systems we have offered prior to our current offerings (S&P Crusher v2, The Swing Trader and Iron Condor Trading Strategy).
History of Each Package
The following graphics show the history of changes for packages both currently and previously offered.
The Swing Trader Track History – Licenses AVAILABLE
The following picture shows the key upgrades made to this package. This trading system was created by combining our two best performing systems since we began trading. It trades the Momentum ES Algo and the Treasury Note TY Algo, both of which can handle a substantial amount of trading volume. The Treasury Note TY Algo (formerly called the P2-PushPull) was developed in Nov 2014-Dec 2014 – last optimization being performed in December 2014. It was offered to our NQ Legacy Customers as an add-on to the NQ Legacy package to help provide alpha during sustained bear markets. The Momentum ES Algo was last optimized around Oct 2015 and began trading at that time. These two algorithms are the top performing algorithms we have and due to this – were combined into a single trading system called The Swing Trader.
Weekly Options Track History – Licenses AVAILABLE
The following picture shows the key upgrades made to this package. Thus far, there have been no modifications to it – except for adding a “spread trade” and modifying the trade type to an Iron Condor. The trade entry logic did not change much, however in recent analysis performed, it quickly became apparent to us that changing the trade type to an Iron Condor was a good enhancement. Visit the Iron Condor Trading Strategy page for more information on this package.
S&P Crusher Track History – Licenses AVAILABLE
The following picture shows the key upgrades made to this package. This package is the combination of the ESTY Futures package (formerly called “The Gambler”) and the Iron Condor (formerly called “ES Weekly Options v2”. Because of this, it simply inherits any changes made to the underlying packages. The most recent change to this package was to add the Covered Call Trading Strategy, change the ES Weekly Options to an Iron Condor Trading Strategy and to add the Morning Gap Day Trade algorithm as an extra day trade. Visit the S&P Crusher Portfolio page for more information on this package.
S&P Crusher v1 Compared To S&P Crusher v2
Watch this video, where our lead developer provides an in depth review of the key changes made to our flagship portfolio, the S&P Crusher v2. Changes include replacing the ES Weekly Options with the Iron Condor, adding covered calls to the momentum trading strategy & adding the Morning Gap Day Trading strategy.
Trading futures & options involves substantial risk of loss & is not appropriate for all investors.
ESTY Futures Track History – Licenses not available as of January 2017
The following picture shows the key upgrades made to this package. Our most recent update adds covered calls to this strategy and the gap short algorithm. We do not currently have licenses available for this trading system.
NQ Legacy Track History – Licenses Not Available As Of September 2016
Any algorithm company who has been around a while, will begin acquiring a history. Given that we constantly strive to give our clients the best algorithms we can – there have been various upgrades made since inception. The following picture is our attempt to capture the NQ Track of algorithms (starting with the NQ Legacy, then NQ Legacy auto (a), then NQ Legacy auto (b) and finally the NQ Active Trader (a) and (b). If you have any questions on the following data – please ask us, we would be happy to walk you through this data. The intent is to show the key upgrades which were made, as well as how the majority of our customers transitioned during these upgrades.
ES Track History – Not Offered as of January 2016
The following picture is our attempt to capture the ES Active Trader Track of algorithms (starting with the ES Active Trader (b), then finally the ES Active Trader (v2). If you have any questions on the following data – please ask us, we would be happy to walk you through this data. The intent is to show the key upgrades which were made, as well as how the majority of our customers transitioned during these upgrades.
Packages Not Offered Performance Reports
Feel free to download our performance reports from previously offered trading strategies. Just let us know if you have any questions on this data!
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