Turn your Interactive Brokers account into an algo trading machine in just 3 steps. You’ll need is a Broker and Breaking Equity account linked, and strategy of your choice… Dive into the guide to learn more.
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In this blog post we review why Backtesting is an important element of Day Trading success and how to avoid Backtesting Pitfalls and Biases when developing a trading strategy.
Day Trading can be a struggle. Some battle the mental aspects of trading, and some end up wasted. We present 3 simple trading strategies outperforming the market in 2022 that everyone can implement.
You got here so you should have heard about about algorithmic trading. That’s the first and probably the most important step, well done. Let’s dive into what it take to algo-trade with TD Ameritrade. The 1st thing you’ll need is a TD Ameritrade account. You don’t need to be a US citizen to get an account, and […]
We live in the world of anticipated rate hikes. The stock market does not seem to like that at all.
The days when the indexes drop 2% or more during the day are painful.
Jim Cramer is a controversial person. Nearly every day he’s recommending a dozen or so stocks with unshakable confidence as if he knows the future.
A stock split attracts a lot of attention, the media writes about it, and people talk about it. It may be a sign that a company is doing well because its share price has increased, and it also could bring in new investors who are attracted to the more affordable share price.
We’re here today to make all Swing Trading fans happy. Now you can not only day trade with us, but also build a portfolio of systematic swing trading strategies and Algos.
It’s reasonable to save some money every month and put that into stocks, you may be doing that in the retirement account already.
~ 23% of Americans rely on astrology for buying or selling stocks – that’s the title of the article posted by LendingTree some time ago.
Pre-market is an exciting time when you start looking at your screens to check what’s going on. There is a lot of information to consume: news, reports, charts… you can continue the list.
According to the New York Times 2018: most gains for $SPY happen overnight. “If you had bought the SPY at the last second of trading on each business day since 1993 and sold at the market open the next day — capturing all of the net after-hour gains — your cumulative price gain would be 571 percent.”
If you actively trade, you probably spend your days and nights researching, staring at the past candle charts, and coming up with the strategies to apply in the coming days.
A lot of traders are watching and acting Daily SMA 100 and treat that as a resistance level. We wanted to measure how useful that signal is and backtested the strategy on intraday data since 2018. Why a Moving Average People say that a moving average helps cut down the amount of “noise” on a […]
90% of retail traders lose money. Still, day trading is able to attract millions of people in an attempt to beat the market. In this article, I will try to establish a true baseline of bare minimum performance you need to achieve in order to perform better than a coin flip.
If you’re a trader, chances are you want to test different automated trading strategies. With Breaking Equity and Alpaca combined, you can seamlessly build, test, and trade different automated strategies directly with your Alpaca account.
The current stock market holds more drama than your average soap opera. The sudden twists, abrupt drops, and unexpected new all-time highs could easily keep you glued to the screen, obsessively following the candles’ trajectory. It wasn’t always like this, though.
Have you ever bought a house or a car without any preliminary research? Most likely not. Because it’s the research that tells you what to expect and if something is worth your money.
Algorithms account for nearly 73 percent of all U.S. equity trading. But are YOUR trades part of that statistic? Chances are no. Institutional traders, investment banks, and hedge funds are still the dominant users of algo.
Algorithms are often painted as a panacea for all trading problems…as a set-and-forget-it solution that eliminates any need for human intervention.