This is not the standard HFT i am talking about. This is between stable coins found on Binance but there are some trading frequency discrepancies here. Who would pursue this as a mean reverting strategy? Is it worth the time to implement you think?
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Even James Simons of Renaissance Technologies has not had a good year being down 20%. Here are some comments from my Facebook group:
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The casualties are piling up
It’s just about the term you look at it. I would wait a couple of years. I assume he is betting for the downturn and stocks have kept going up due the FED
sort of like soros
This isn’t their medallion fund that is only open to current and former employees and has been making the crazy returns for years.
The funds of theirs that are open to outside investors are not as strong,
This is the ABSOLUTE most critical metric out there when trading crypto. If your exchange does not offer this, move to another that does. Can you rely on any exchange thats offers this? Also, most this 3rd party bot service or platform most likely will NOT offer this metric to you. So be forewarned about this. If you don’t get it, you could get crush and lose money.
So it was interesting that a little more than a decade later, I would see Jim Simons and RenTech popping up in my Twitter feed, with Medallion, their flagship fund’s record on display in the tweet, with a brilliant 66% year-on-year compounded annual return before fees (39% after fees)… he hedged the fund with oil put options before the first Gulf War in the 90s….
The key here is consistency and reproducibility. Models in physics consistently predict accurately over and over again, and their results can be reproduced. In contrast, models in trading, and typically those that deal with human behavior, are not going to be as consistent. …
I tested the websocket Python scripts over night. It ran for about 4 hours with occasional captures every 10 seconds. This is also using Binance Futures. It then came back with this crypto trading bot exception:
binance-futures – WARNING – In delay connection
I could not find any details on this message. There was also this article I found.
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This makes crypto pretty close to mainstream with other topics of how high frequency trading shops treat it. One other is not taking crypto quite seri souly …. yet. This is with bitcoin future transactions.
This is from Financial Times so ignore the note along with the highlights”
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The underlying commodity for these futures transactions, bitcoin, is a relatively new and highly speculative asset,” Renaissance said in the filing. “Bitcoin and futures based on bitcoin are extremely volatile, and investment results may vary substantially over time.”
Here is the filling https://files.adviserinfo.sec.gov/IAPD/Content/Common/crd_iapd_Brochure.aspx?BRCHR_VRSN_ID=636807
permitted to enter into bitcoin futures transactions”,
Renaissance listed: “susceptibility to manipulation by malicious actors”. “Any of these factors could materially and adversely affect the value of the fund’s investments,” the filing stated.
You might want to read the FT article above for more details as I don’t watch breach copyrights.
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