Meetup for Monday night Nov 3 on Risk parameters and money management in a self adapting automated trading world

(Last Updated On: November 2, 2014)

Reminder about Meetup for Monday night Nov 3.

Risk parameters and money management in a self adapting automated trading world

As I come up on my last stage of developing this automated trading system, I am coming to the crucial part of how my system will allocate capital to each trade. Sure I could use Kelly Criterion, but this a whole world that is never really talked about. For instance, how do measure risk exposure to your market or sector risk? How do you hedge out risk? How do you measure risk parameters for self imposed trading limits? How does your system measure real time risk in the markets to switch from portfolio management mode to day trading? On and on it goes. How do you implement into your system? Let’s talk about it as this is sort of really important. You see how crucial these topics are for long term trading surival.

1.  Please join my meeting, November 3, 2014 at 7:00 PM Eastern Standard Time.

2.  Use your microphone and speakers (VoIP) – a headset is recommended.  Or, call in using your telephone.

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