Short Selling: How, When and Why You Should Short Sell

What is “short selling” and how does it work? The concept of short selling is often seen as something immoral or alarming to many traders. Traders often assume that because mutual funds and financial planners go long, it is more correct to do. When you short sell you are actually borrowing a stock at a fee, and selling it on the market. At some point the trader “covers” his sale by repurchasing the stock at the current market price, and returning the shares to the lender. If the price is lower the short seller makes a profit, else he makes a loss. algo trading

I Know First Weekly Review Algorithmic Performance: February 11th, 2021


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Portfolio Strategies & Asset Allocation – 86.43% Expected Annual Return Using Algorithmic Allocation

 Summary

  • How to use an existing algorithmic signals system to allocate equity systematically.logo1
  • Building a sample portfolio based on stocks, interest rates and currencies.
  • Actual portfolio back test and returns.

Introduction: 

Allocating your portfolio in a way that maximizes returns and minimizes risk can be tricky. In order to reduce volatility, high yield strategies are often ignored. In theory, if you were able to pick one stock a day you were most certain will go up - in order to maximize expected returns you would only invest in that stock. The downside of course is also maximizing your risk exposure.In this article I will go through a method of allocating funds using the I Know First artificial intelligence system. This will link between algorithmic signals, and actual market buy/sell decisions. Before you continue reading you should decide if any of these points don’t suit you well.
The main advantage of this portfolio allocation is that it is a day trading model which is 100% systematic. Both the investment buy/sell decisions and allocation are based off the signal data; allowing any investor the peace of mind in separating emotion from trade decisions.

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Artificial Intelligence Stock Trading – Now And in The Future

This article was written by Maria Grishaev, Analyst at I Know First.

Executive Summary

In the last decade, the usage of machine learning and artificial intelligence based trading algorithms grew with the rapid development of computational powers. It makes everyone to wonder - do we take the maximum advantage technology gives us or not. In this article I’m going to discuss the current trend of usage and what are the challenges we are going to need to overcome in order to utilize all the benefits of this advanced technology.

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