This is basically a statistical trade. It buys every morning near market open (or by choosing a "time constraint"), then immediately places a trailing stop at a specified amount in ticks (if used on UGAZ a tick = $0.01, if used on NG at tick = $0.001). I've found between 2% and 3% works well for the trailing stop ( ie . if UGAZ = $75, a 3% trailing stop = $2.25)
-----What is different from my first strategy?------
You can test the trailing stop strategy one 1 day of the week. Days of the week are assigned numbers. Sunday=1, Monday=2, Tuesday=3 and so on. Just choose a number that correlates to the day of the week you want to test. The Trailing stop may go past that day, that's a good thing if it's making money.
-- Go long/Short is just that, it will buy shares/contracts or short them.
-- Trades per day. This may not be a good choice, when left on "2", it will trade once per day. If set above 2 and there is time left for another trade, an order will enter on the open of the next candle. I'm am still working on ideas for this.
-- Time constraints. When you select this check box, the strategy will limit an entry to the time specified below the "Use Time Constraints" check box. An Exit order will still continue past this window of time until it is stopped out.
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Due to decay, leveraged ETFs will give false results if the price gets far out of range. For example, your is trading around $20 and you choose a 1 hour chart, it may back test back to a time before a reverse split. If the price gets to be too large, like $200, or $1200, the movement on the chart creates false indication of profit/loss.
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Do not trade off this strategy, you may lose lots of money. This is for educational use only.
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