Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Trading Systems and Methods

Our math and science backgrounds led us to a quantitative and research-oriented approach to trading the financial markets. We enjoy our work immensely and love the challenge that these"competitive markets" bring. We like it better when the markets "cooperate" -- but we feel like we are improving constantly. As "quants," we have developed systematic trading algorithms that are robust across numerous markets and market sectors.

Our approaches cover various time-frames and methods. We monitor risk and factor risk levels into every decision we make. Some of our approaches are non-linear in nature -- and some border on genetic algorithms. All are systematic and disciplined.

We have purposely developed our trading approaches so they are relatively simple and robust -- and consult with institutions and select clients on portfolio management and/or implementation.

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