I found one to showcase my VERIFIED trading account with CoinTracking.info. This important to prove cryptocurrency trading is worth as compared to other asset classes like forex or stock/equity. It also adds credibility to what i do
AS I can see data in near real time from the Binance Futures market, all coins are traded in USDT also known as Tether. As according to this Cointracking.info screenshot, it might be better to trade the ETH coin for now since it is has been better performance over the last 30 days. I would obviously need to switch it around depending on which coin performs better. For now, it looks like Ether is the easy winner here.
NOTE: The Trading Gods have spoken. it seems you are buying ETH BTC or USDT which means you are shorting. When volatility really kicks in, the trade mentioned above goes against you nor the trading logic will check out. As a result, it is best just to stick with USDT as it is a decent stable coin to minimize the volatility you don’t want. You just need to ensure there is enough volume to get a decent fill in the Binance market unlike other exchanges like Kraken.
I did not even know this existed. The first question is will it replace tradng data scientists humans. The answer is no but we heard that before a this is fairly new technology. If I was in this field, I would be afraid of this technology. This article also covered the results of each cloud solution of Google vs Microsoft Azure. I am sure there will be growth here in the near future.
I have different time frames to view my portfolio optimization for proper weightings for optimal expected trading return. Which is better to look at? Or how would you analyze this? Get FREE trading books here https://quantlabs.net/
This is video is a hodge podge of video collection of risk management from Chat with Traders. Here is the video description:
After sifting through the archive of near-200 episodes, I’ve compiled some of the best bits pertaining to risk management. As there were many bits I deemed fitting for a ‘best of’ episode, it made sense to split the compilation across two parts—this is part one, and part two will follow next (Episode 189).
The idea behind creating this compilation, is to reinforce the instrumental role that risk management plays in a traders’ ability to stay in the game. It can also serve as a go-to reference for anytime you find trading loses getting out of hand.
One other reason, is to highlight some past interviews which you have missed or skipped over. If you’d like to hear the full interview with any guest featured, you’ll find the link in the comments below.
This is the first bot I have developed to work in conjunction with the open and transparent futures trading data from Binance. I show how to portion out weights based expected Sharpe or Sortino ratios. Get FREE trading books here https://quantlabs.net/ Lean algo trading here https://quantlabs.net/dvd/