Are physics models sufficient for algorithmic trading? When I posted this on my Facebook profile, here are some of the commentary I got:
I know all that I still lose in the stock market!
stocks markets are run by understanding simple street wise business sense…. not this sh*t! mostly because those formulas are fu** all to do with markets!…
The magnetic field sometimes works fine!
With the shoddy recent reports of Quantopian, it is quite true that you cannot let computer scientists and mathematicians run a portfolio when they don’t understand how the markets flow.
On the other hand, you could report that recent market making research paper I posted last week shows some validity when trading scenarios around mean reversion may be valid as well. Just call me confused on this one.
As for me, you will be surprised how simple my indicators are for timing forex trades. This includes simple moving average, min max (instead of support and resistance), and ATR for volatility, stop losses, and take profit. It is not that simple but easier than physics.
I am hoping to get these implemented over coming days for the Quant Analytics section.
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