Discussion in 'Educational Resources' started by Joab, Nov 11, 2006.
Anyone use this site to publish a system?
I'd like some feeback on it.
I don't, but a couple guys (at least) here do:
riskarb's is a little more...risky...
Just bustin' risk's ba**s. I'm pretty sure he has abandoned it.
Good trading to all.
He did indeed abandon those collective2 accounts. He had lead collective2 rankings for over a year (top 3). His original account is here:
The highsharpe account consisted of only two trades and was abandoned as well
So where the equity curve for the top 2 ????
Collective2 is a nice 3rd party site that monitors a systems performance.. it has its issues.. but seems to be the best out there that i can see..
here is a link to my system..
<a href="http://d1david.stumbleupon.com/"><img border=0 width=400 height=300 src="http://www.collective2.com/images/charts/equitychart22381250.png"></a>
first off its a pain in the ass to do multiple orders or orders only at a certain time of day. If you want to sell the whole portfolio it takes about 30 minutes of work each time. Mind you this is based on my experience from a year ago. Perhaps it has evolved to basket trading, I cannot say. In general sites like stockpickr.com are alot more user friendly and interactive than collective2. Mind you stockpickr does not give annual returns or sharpe ratios on portfolios at this time.
If you are simply trading an index and generating signals, then collective2 may be for you. Otherwise, don't bother. This is why so many ditch their systems because its a waste of time inputting stocks.
If you do have multiple entries, it can be cumbersome to post, luckily for me, I only do 1-4 trades usually max for the day, so it only takes me about 2 minutes as far as entering my trades go...
I gave up on it as well because the order entry process was to difficult for my style of trading.
love this site,here's my system
Looks pretty good, except the draw down on 10/12/06:eek:
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