NVDA Signals Weekly Equity

NVIDIA (NVDA) Signals-Weekly

The NVIDIA (NVDA) signals presented here would have performed around 41.0 times better than buy-hold with an ROI of 100,721% for the period 11-Aug-08 to 21-Sep-18

NVDA Signals Weekly

The trading signals for NVIDIA (NVDA) were selected for their reward/risk, longevity and parameter sensitivity characteristics. Backtests don't always generate reliable signals which can be counted on moving forward but many traders find value in knowing what buy and sell signals would have worked well in the past.

Returns for the NVIDIA (NVDA) signals

For the 528 week (10.1 year) period from Aug 11 2008 to Sep 21 2018, these signals for NVIDIA (NVDA) traded both long and short would have yielded $10,072,063 in profits from a $10,000 initial investment, an annualized return of 98.3%. Traded long only (no short selling) the signals would have returned $1,789,777, an annualized return of 67.2%. 81.9% of time was spent holding stock long. The return would have been $245,766 (an annualized return of 37.8%) if you had bought and held the stock for the same period.

Signals and Trades

We call this a weekly strategy as weekly OHLC data is used in the numerical analysis leading to at most one buy signal and one sell signal per week. However, not all signals result in trades. If you are already long in a security, buy signals are not acted upon, similarly if you are short you should ignore sell signals. There were 144 buy signals and 106 sell signals for this particular NVDA strategy which in turn led to 34 round trip long trades of which 21 were profitable, and 34 short trades of which 28 were profitable.

Drawdown and Reward/Risk

Drawdown (the worst case loss for an single entry and exit into the strategy) was 47% for long-short and 37% for long only. This compares to 54% for buy-hold. The reward/risk for the trading long and short was 1.89 compared to 0.64 for buy-hold, a factor of 3.0 improvement. If traded long only, the reward/risk was 1.60. We use drawdown plus 5% as our risk metric, and annualized return as the reward metric.

The backtests assume a commission per trade of $7. Returns have been adjusted for the worst case effects of 24 dividends.

Click here to see the list of Trades

These are the trades which would have occurred had you used the signals as directed. They are the results of a simulation, not actual trades.

Week of signal Buy or Sell Price L&S Value Next Open
8/25/2008 Sell 12.85 9,993
9/1/2008 Buy 11.67 10,999
9/15/2008 Sell 11.32 10,556
10/6/2008 Buy 6.81 16,003
10/13/2008 Sell 7.91 17,115
11/17/2008 Buy 6.38 21,660
12/8/2008 Sell 8.65 27,661
12/22/2008 Buy 7.51 31,709
12/29/2008 Sell 8.61 35,862
1/12/2009 Buy 7.99 38,334
1/19/2009 Sell 7.75 37,262
2/16/2009 Buy 7.61 38,568
2/23/2009 Sell 8.08 40,249
5/11/2009 Buy 8.74 37,877
6/22/2009 Sell 11.60 49,023
7/6/2009 Buy 10.37 55,305
8/10/2009 Sell 13.01 67,994
9/21/2009 Buy 14.50 60,400
10/12/2009 Sell 13.33 55,322
10/26/2009 Buy 11.96 60,891
11/16/2009 Sell 13.09 66,742
11/23/2009 Buy 12.79 68,524
2/15/2010 Sell 16.65 88,844
2/22/2010 Buy 16.20 91,287
5/10/2010 Sell 12.98 73,083
5/17/2010 Buy 12.73 74,243
5/24/2010 Sell 12.96 75,809
6/7/2010 Buy 11.61 84,917
6/21/2010 Sell 11.16 80,433
6/28/2010 Buy 10.25 86,639
8/9/2010 Sell 9.26 78,563
8/30/2010 Buy 9.90 72,898
9/27/2010 Sell 11.24 83,002
10/4/2010 Buy 10.86 86,189
1/17/2011 Sell 23.24 183,583
2/28/2011 Buy 20.76 204,627
5/2/2011 Sell 19.38 189,641
5/16/2011 Buy 18.09 199,343
5/30/2011 Sell 18.43 206,037
6/6/2011 Buy 17.12 220,668
7/25/2011 Sell 14.15 182,372
8/15/2011 Buy 11.73 219,556
9/19/2011 Sell 13.96 254,132
9/26/2011 Buy 12.51 276,927
10/3/2011 Sell 14.39 322,656
10/31/2011 Buy 14.82 310,678
11/14/2011 Sell 13.71 289,543
12/12/2011 Buy 13.51 295,058
2/13/2012 Sell 15.84 344,401
2/27/2012 Buy 15.38 351,854
5/14/2012 Sell 12.10 278,797
5/21/2012 Buy 12.40 276,255
1/7/2013 Sell 12.29 271,140
1/14/2013 Buy 12.17 273,548
12/8/2014 Sell 19.86 464,732
12/29/2014 Buy 20.13 458,400
1/4/2016 Sell 29.66 686,944
1/11/2016 Buy 27.11 761,399
2/1/2016 Sell 26.03 716,257
2/8/2016 Buy 25.73 734,916
12/26/2016 Sell 104.40 2,967,333
1/3/2017 Buy 103.10 3,015,924
2/21/2017 Sell 102.20 2,982,109
4/10/2017 Buy 95.49 3,194,654
7/24/2017 Sell 164.94 5,493,806
9/5/2017 Buy 163.69 5,593,296
3/26/2018 Sell 228.74 7,738,713
4/2/2018 Buy 214.25 8,326,864
9/24/2018 Last 262.20 10,082,063

TSLA Signals Equity

Tesla (TSLA) Signals-Weekly

These Tesla (TSLA) signals would have performed around 36.7 times better than buy-hold with an ROI of 54,010% for the period 28-Jun-10 to 21-Sep-18

TSLA Signals Weekly

The trading signals for Tesla (TSLA) were selected for their reward/risk, longevity and parameter sensitivity characteristics. Backtests don't always generate reliable signals which can be counted on moving forward but many traders find value in knowing what buy and sell signals would have worked well in the past.

Returns for the Tesla (TSLA) signals

For the 430 week (8.2 year) period from Jun 28 2010 to Sep 21 2018, these signals for Tesla (TSLA) traded both long and short would have yielded $5,400,966 in profits from a $10,000 initial investment, an annualized return of 115.0%. Traded long only (no short selling) the signals would have returned $1,231,823, an annualized return of 79.8%. 62.6% of time was spent holding stock long. The return would have been $147,095 (an annualized return of 39.8%) if you had bought and held the stock for the same period.

Signals and Trades

Not all signals are acted upon and signals are often reinforced in this type of strategy. If you are long in the security, buy signals are not acted on, for example. Similarly if you are short you must ignore sell signals. There were 375 buy signals and 275 sell signals for this particular TSLA strategy .These led to 142 round trip long trades of which 84 were profitable, and 143 short trades of which 83 were profitable. This is a weekly strategy; weekly OHLC data is used to derive all signals and there is at most one buy and sell signal and one trade per week.

Drawdown and Reward/Risk

Drawdown (the worst case loss for an single entry and exit into the strategy) was 37% for long-short and 32% for long only. This compares to 44% for buy-hold. The reward/risk for trading long and short was 2.71 compared to 0.82 for buy-hold, a factor of 3.3 improvement. If traded long only, the reward/risk was 2.13. We use drawdown plus 5% as our risk metric, and annualized return as the reward metric.

The backtests assume a commission per trade of $7.

Click here to see the list of Trades

Week of signal Buy or Sell Price L&S Value Next Open
6/28/2010 Sell 19.00 10,000
7/5/2010 Buy 17.95 10,539
7/12/2010 Sell 21.37 12,533
7/19/2010 Buy 21.50 12,442
7/26/2010 Sell 20.50 11,850
8/2/2010 Buy 19.90 12,182
8/9/2010 Sell 18.45 11,281
8/16/2010 Buy 19.09 10,875
8/23/2010 Sell 19.70 11,209
8/30/2010 Buy 20.61 10,677
9/6/2010 Sell 20.89 10,808
9/13/2010 Buy 20.67 10,908
9/20/2010 Sell 20.40 10,752
9/27/2010 Buy 20.43 10,722
10/4/2010 Sell 20.44 10,713
10/11/2010 Buy 20.52 10,657
10/18/2010 Sell 20.94 10,861
10/25/2010 Buy 21.94 10,329
12/13/2010 Sell 31.64 14,881
12/20/2010 Buy 28.02 16,569
12/27/2010 Sell 26.84 15,858
1/3/2011 Buy 28.17 15,058
1/10/2011 Sell 25.48 13,606
1/17/2011 Buy 23.53 14,633
1/24/2011 Sell 24.05 14,943
1/31/2011 Buy 23.26 15,420
2/7/2011 Sell 23.64 15,657
2/14/2011 Buy 22.88 16,147
2/21/2011 Sell 23.74 16,740
3/7/2011 Buy 23.82 16,669
3/14/2011 Sell 23.05 16,116
3/21/2011 Buy 22.70 16,347
3/28/2011 Sell 26.83 19,307
4/4/2011 Buy 26.47 19,552
4/11/2011 Sell 25.13 18,549
4/18/2011 Buy 26.70 17,376
5/16/2011 Sell 27.62 17,960
5/23/2011 Buy 29.69 16,600
6/6/2011 Sell 28.07 15,681
6/13/2011 Buy 26.29 16,661
6/20/2011 Sell 27.73 17,560
7/4/2011 Buy 28.40 17,121
7/11/2011 Sell 27.34 16,468
7/18/2011 Buy 29.01 15,448
7/25/2011 Sell 28.67 15,253
8/1/2011 Buy 23.10 18,203
8/8/2011 Sell 26.62 20,962
8/15/2011 Buy 23.11 23,712
8/22/2011 Sell 24.22 24,837
8/29/2011 Buy 22.50 26,587
9/5/2011 Sell 22.50 26,573
9/12/2011 Buy 24.95 23,666
9/19/2011 Sell 26.52 25,141
9/26/2011 Buy 24.95 26,615
10/3/2011 Sell 27.31 29,119
10/17/2011 Buy 27.87 28,508
12/5/2011 Sell 30.44 31,122
12/12/2011 Buy 28.09 33,511
12/19/2011 Sell 27.66 32,984
12/26/2011 Buy 28.94 31,444
1/2/2012 Sell 27.00 29,322
1/9/2012 Buy 26.62 29,721
1/16/2012 Sell 26.81 29,919
1/23/2012 Buy 29.49 26,914
4/9/2012 Sell 33.41 30,478
4/16/2012 Buy 32.86 30,965
4/23/2012 Sell 33.27 31,338
4/30/2012 Buy 31.96 32,558
5/7/2012 Sell 31.92 32,503
5/14/2012 Buy 27.58 36,908
5/21/2012 Sell 30.01 40,146
5/28/2012 Buy 28.03 42,781
6/4/2012 Sell 30.31 46,246
6/11/2012 Buy 29.94 46,797
6/18/2012 Sell 33.94 53,035
6/25/2012 Buy 31.35 57,068
7/2/2012 Sell 30.94 56,308
7/9/2012 Buy 34.32 50,143
7/16/2012 Sell 31.05 45,351
7/23/2012 Buy 29.51 47,586
7/30/2012 Sell 27.55 44,412
8/6/2012 Buy 29.69 40,948
8/13/2012 Sell 30.15 41,568
8/20/2012 Buy 29.57 42,354
8/27/2012 Sell 28.52 40,836
9/3/2012 Buy 29.20 39,848
9/10/2012 Sell 32.35 44,133
9/24/2012 Buy 29.50 48,007
10/1/2012 Sell 28.86 46,952
10/8/2012 Buy 28.02 48,304
10/15/2012 Sell 27.99 48,239
10/22/2012 Buy 27.70 48,724
10/29/2012 Sell 29.80 52,404
11/12/2012 Buy 32.07 48,398
1/7/2013 Sell 33.08 49,909
1/14/2013 Buy 34.56 47,662
2/18/2013 Sell 36.15 49,841
2/25/2013 Buy 34.77 51,729
3/4/2013 Sell 38.87 57,815
3/11/2013 Buy 35.30 63,111
3/18/2013 Sell 37.10 66,315
4/8/2013 Buy 43.50 54,861
10/7/2013 Sell 175.00 220,692
10/14/2013 Buy 183.28 210,236
10/21/2013 Sell 170.18 195,196
10/28/2013 Buy 165.00 201,123
11/4/2013 Sell 141.00 171,855
11/11/2013 Buy 135.27 178,825
11/18/2013 Sell 124.50 164,573
11/25/2013 Buy 126.35 162,114
12/2/2013 Sell 137.00 175,764
12/9/2013 Buy 148.48 161,022
12/16/2013 Sell 144.85 157,071
12/23/2013 Buy 151.12 150,258
12/30/2013 Sell 150.00 149,131
1/6/2014 Buy 145.78 153,312
1/13/2014 Sell 171.24 180,074
1/27/2014 Buy 182.89 167,809
3/24/2014 Sell 216.50 198,633
3/31/2014 Buy 205.81 208,427
4/7/2014 Sell 207.60 210,226
4/14/2014 Buy 197.08 220,865
4/21/2014 Sell 200.00 224,123
4/28/2014 Buy 209.48 213,486
5/5/2014 Sell 183.87 187,372
5/12/2014 Buy 190.72 180,377
5/19/2014 Sell 208.52 197,198
6/2/2014 Buy 207.95 197,723
6/9/2014 Sell 206.76 196,578
6/16/2014 Buy 229.51 174,934
7/7/2014 Sell 219.99 167,664
7/14/2014 Buy 217.25 169,738
7/21/2014 Sell 224.25 175,193
7/28/2014 Buy 234.38 167,265
9/15/2014 Sell 255.00 181,967
9/22/2014 Buy 244.00 189,802
9/29/2014 Sell 259.13 201,558
10/6/2014 Buy 238.57 217,536
10/13/2014 Sell 226.72 206,717
10/20/2014 Buy 234.25 199,837
10/27/2014 Sell 243.00 207,287
11/3/2014 Buy 239.11 210,592
11/10/2014 Sell 257.49 226,766
11/17/2014 Buy 245.20 237,575
11/24/2014 Sell 241.16 233,647
12/1/2014 Buy 221.54 252,641
12/8/2014 Sell 209.29 238,658
12/15/2014 Buy 220.00 226,431
12/22/2014 Sell 226.90 233,519
12/29/2014 Buy 214.55 246,215
1/5/2015 Sell 203.05 233,004
1/12/2015 Buy 193.87 243,524
1/19/2015 Sell 201.83 253,509
1/26/2015 Buy 203.97 250,807
2/2/2015 Sell 215.38 264,823
2/9/2015 Buy 205.70 276,711
2/16/2015 Sell 215.66 290,095
2/23/2015 Buy 202.70 307,514
3/2/2015 Sell 194.39 294,893
3/9/2015 Buy 192.00 298,505
3/16/2015 Sell 198.50 308,597
3/23/2015 Buy 185.85 328,249
3/30/2015 Sell 198.00 349,694
4/13/2015 Buy 206.78 334,173
7/27/2015 Sell 266.29 430,333
8/3/2015 Buy 238.15 475,794
8/10/2015 Sell 255.56 510,563
8/17/2015 Buy 202.79 615,974
8/24/2015 Sell 245.62 746,055
9/7/2015 Buy 251.10 729,396
9/14/2015 Sell 263.98 766,796
9/21/2015 Buy 257.35 786,041
9/28/2015 Sell 248.84 760,034
10/5/2015 Buy 222.99 838,974
10/12/2015 Sell 226.50 852,166
10/19/2015 Buy 211.38 909,038
10/26/2015 Sell 208.92 898,445
11/2/2015 Buy 232.99 794,920
11/9/2015 Sell 206.09 703,128
11/16/2015 Buy 217.35 664,697
11/23/2015 Sell 231.79 708,843
12/7/2015 Buy 217.51 752,500
12/14/2015 Sell 231.69 801,543
12/21/2015 Buy 231.49 802,221
12/28/2015 Sell 230.72 799,538
1/4/2016 Buy 214.01 857,431
1/11/2016 Sell 208.71 836,183
1/18/2016 Buy 200.06 870,825
1/25/2016 Sell 188.76 821,624
2/1/2016 Buy 157.10 959,417
2/8/2016 Sell 158.70 969,175
2/15/2016 Buy 170.12 899,419
2/22/2016 Sell 192.40 1,017,199
2/29/2016 Buy 197.68 989,270
5/2/2016 Sell 215.72 1,079,536
5/9/2016 Buy 208.15 1,117,404
5/16/2016 Sell 219.87 1,180,306
5/23/2016 Buy 223.04 1,163,275
5/30/2016 Sell 218.00 1,136,975
6/6/2016 Buy 219.50 1,129,138
6/13/2016 Sell 219.50 1,129,124
6/20/2016 Buy 190.86 1,276,436
6/27/2016 Sell 209.73 1,402,621
7/18/2016 Buy 222.27 1,318,743
8/1/2016 Sell 228.00 1,352,725
8/8/2016 Buy 226.02 1,364,458
8/15/2016 Sell 224.17 1,353,276
8/22/2016 Buy 220.15 1,377,530
8/29/2016 Sell 199.02 1,245,301
9/5/2016 Buy 195.00 1,270,441
9/12/2016 Sell 207.00 1,348,608
9/19/2016 Buy 206.50 1,351,851
9/26/2016 Sell 212.30 1,389,807
10/3/2016 Buy 201.35 1,461,476
10/10/2016 Sell 197.05 1,430,251
10/17/2016 Buy 201.00 1,401,567
10/24/2016 Sell 202.49 1,411,942
10/31/2016 Buy 193.59 1,473,987
11/7/2016 Sell 188.00 1,431,411
11/14/2016 Buy 185.04 1,453,934
11/21/2016 Sell 195.48 1,535,952
11/28/2016 Buy 182.51 1,637,847
12/5/2016 Sell 192.80 1,730,176
12/12/2016 Buy 202.49 1,643,205
2/27/2017 Sell 247.91 2,011,774
3/6/2017 Buy 244.82 2,036,835
3/13/2017 Sell 260.60 2,168,106
3/20/2017 Buy 260.60 2,168,092
7/3/2017 Sell 312.90 2,603,194
7/10/2017 Buy 325.54 2,498,020
7/17/2017 Sell 330.24 2,534,071
7/24/2017 Buy 335.50 2,493,695
7/31/2017 Sell 357.35 2,656,087
8/14/2017 Buy 345.82 2,741,773
8/21/2017 Sell 347.28 2,753,334
8/28/2017 Buy 353.80 2,701,628
9/5/2017 Sell 351.35 2,682,905
9/11/2017 Buy 380.25 2,462,211
9/18/2017 Sell 353.15 2,286,718
9/25/2017 Buy 342.52 2,355,536
10/2/2017 Sell 349.65 2,404,555
10/9/2017 Buy 353.76 2,376,276
10/16/2017 Sell 349.88 2,350,200
10/23/2017 Buy 319.18 2,556,403
10/30/2017 Sell 307.00 2,458,836
11/6/2017 Buy 300.13 2,513,845
11/13/2017 Sell 313.79 2,628,245
11/20/2017 Buy 313.25 2,632,754
11/27/2017 Sell 306.50 2,576,009
12/4/2017 Buy 314.63 2,507,665
12/11/2017 Sell 344.90 2,748,909
12/18/2017 Buy 323.83 2,916,827
12/26/2017 Sell 312.00 2,810,257
1/2/2018 Buy 316.00 2,774,214
1/8/2018 Sell 337.54 2,963,303
1/16/2018 Buy 349.40 2,859,169
2/5/2018 Sell 316.13 2,586,904
2/12/2018 Buy 334.47 2,436,813
2/20/2018 Sell 353.50 2,575,444
2/26/2018 Buy 332.39 2,729,228
3/5/2018 Sell 328.61 2,698,176
3/12/2018 Buy 316.50 2,797,596
3/19/2018 Sell 307.34 2,716,615
3/26/2018 Buy 256.26 3,168,103
4/2/2018 Sell 300.37 3,713,414
4/16/2018 Buy 291.29 3,825,654
4/23/2018 Sell 293.61 3,856,110
4/30/2018 Buy 297.50 3,805,006
5/7/2018 Sell 303.32 3,879,430
5/14/2018 Buy 281.33 4,160,666
5/21/2018 Sell 278.51 4,118,946
5/29/2018 Buy 294.34 3,884,819
6/4/2018 Sell 322.51 4,256,605
6/18/2018 Buy 330.12 4,156,151
7/2/2018 Sell 311.99 3,927,884
7/9/2018 Buy 311.71 3,931,395
7/16/2018 Sell 301.84 3,806,897
7/23/2018 Buy 295.90 3,881,800
7/30/2018 Sell 345.46 4,531,945
8/13/2018 Buy 291.70 5,237,186
8/20/2018 Sell 318.00 5,709,362
8/27/2018 Buy 296.94 6,087,458
9/4/2018 Sell 273.26 5,601,990
9/10/2018 Buy 290.04 5,257,976
9/17/2018 Sell 298.48 5,410,966

NUGT Signals Weekly Equity

Gold Miners Bull 3X (NUGT) Signals-Weekly

These Gold Miners Bull 3X (NUGT) signals traded as directed would have performed around 1913.6 times better than short-hold with an ROI of 190,993% for the period 06-Dec-10 to 21-Sep-18

NUGT Signals Weekly

The trading signals for Gold Miners Bull 3X (NUGT) were selected for their reward/risk and parameter sensitivity characteristics. Backtests don't always generate reliable signals which can be counted on moving forward but many traders find value in knowing what buy and sell signals would have worked well in the past.

Returns for the Gold Miners Bull 3X (NUGT) signals

For the 407 week (7.8 year) period from Dec 6 2010 to Sep 21 2018, these signals for Gold Miners Bull 3X (NUGT) traded both long and short would have yielded $19,099,299 in profits from a $10,000 initial investment, an annualized return of 164.1%. Traded long only (no short selling) the signals would have returned $260,371, an annualized return of 52.8%. 23.2% of time was spent holding stock long. The return would have been $9,981 (an annualized return of 9.3%) if you had shorted the stock for the same period.

Signals and Trades

Not all signals are acted upon and signals are often reinforced in this type of strategy. If you are long in the security, buy signals are not acted on, for example. Similarly if you are short you must ignore sell signals. There were 68 buy signals and 86 sell signals for this particular NUGT strategy .These led to 39 round trip long trades of which 27 were profitable, and 39 short trades of which 25 were profitable. This is a weekly strategy; weekly OHLC data is used to derive all signals and there is at most one buy and sell signal and one trade per week.

Drawdown and Reward/Risk

Drawdown (the worst case loss for an single entry and exit into the strategy) was 47% for long-short and 46% for long only. This compares to 28% for short-hold. The reward/risk for the trading long and short was 3.13 compared to 0.28 for short-hold, a factor of 11.1 improvement. If traded long only, the reward/risk was 1.03. We use drawdown plus 5% as our risk metric, and annualized return as the reward metric.

The backtests assume a commission per trade of $7. Returns have been adjusted for the worst case effects of 2 dividends

Click here to see the list of Trades

Week of signal Buy or Sell Price L&S Value Next Open
2/14/2011 Sell 7,474.00 9,993
8/8/2011 Buy 6,890.00 10,729
8/22/2011 Sell 7,672.00 11,967
10/24/2011 Buy 6,896.00 12,824
11/28/2011 Sell 6,022.00 11,481
1/23/2012 Buy 5,194.00 11,624
2/20/2012 Sell 4,916.00 11,415
5/21/2012 Buy 2,296.00 18,033
5/28/2012 Sell 2,584.00 19,663
8/20/2012 Buy 2,530.00 20,108
9/3/2012 Sell 2,970.00 23,535
9/10/2012 Buy 3,598.00 18,761
9/17/2012 Sell 3,630.00 18,696
4/22/2013 Buy 476.00 36,481
5/27/2013 Sell 460.00 33,738
7/8/2013 Buy 226.40 50,767
7/15/2013 Sell 298.00 66,926
7/22/2013 Buy 314.00 63,964
8/12/2013 Sell 373.20 75,242
9/16/2013 Buy 220.44 102,776
10/21/2013 Sell 226.36 108,860
12/9/2013 Buy 107.44 169,993
12/30/2013 Sell 123.56 190,935
1/13/2014 Buy 144.64 153,092
1/20/2014 Sell 147.84 161,836
2/10/2014 Buy 201.16 105,943
3/10/2014 Sell 225.80 116,112
6/9/2014 Buy 142.20 160,922
6/16/2014 Sell 174.20 194,873
10/6/2014 Buy 81.56 314,011
11/17/2014 Sell 61.16 223,820
12/1/2014 Buy 49.44 277,700
1/5/2015 Sell 63.96 345,008
1/12/2015 Buy 74.72 306,155
1/19/2015 Sell 66.44 255,141
3/16/2015 Buy 45.04 343,896
3/23/2015 Sell 39.48 295,653
4/27/2015 Buy 49.64 229,992
5/11/2015 Sell 53.84 238,116
8/10/2015 Buy 15.36 435,931
8/17/2015 Sell 17.28 459,308
9/14/2015 Buy 14.04 522,106
10/5/2015 Sell 19.74 766,830
11/30/2015 Buy 12.57 1,005,829
1/4/2016 Sell 11.56 961,562
1/25/2016 Buy 10.27 1,101,500
2/1/2016 Sell 18.64 1,940,208
2/8/2016 Buy 22.75 1,289,545
2/22/2016 Sell 21.96 1,459,697
2/29/2016 Buy 24.29 1,353,655
3/14/2016 Sell 26.17 1,405,630
4/4/2016 Buy 28.50 1,370,928
4/11/2016 Sell 32.32 1,451,768
4/18/2016 Buy 32.57 1,471,037
4/25/2016 Sell 49.20 2,175,762
5/30/2016 Buy 39.96 2,561,343
6/6/2016 Sell 45.97 2,972,913
6/20/2016 Buy 45.58 3,083,235
6/27/2016 Sell 60.56 3,983,540
7/25/2016 Buy 64.20 3,703,520
8/1/2016 Sell 61.60 3,592,239
9/19/2016 Buy 40.52 4,914,330
10/17/2016 Sell 29.42 3,500,703
10/31/2016 Buy 29.76 3,132,347
11/14/2016 Sell 35.16 4,088,083
12/26/2016 Buy 30.56 4,756,036
1/3/2017 Sell 39.64 5,996,463
1/30/2017 Buy 47.56 5,040,504
2/6/2017 Sell 50.08 5,052,597
3/13/2017 Buy 35.68 6,571,044
4/10/2017 Sell 44.76 8,160,916
5/8/2017 Buy 34.61 10,561,117
5/15/2017 Sell 36.03 10,422,256
8/28/2017 Buy 40.17 9,495,657
9/5/2017 Sell 40.01 9,187,924
2/12/2018 Buy 26.94 11,714,228
4/9/2018 Sell 27.41 12,433,631
9/17/2018 Buy 13.49 19,109,299
9/24/2018 Last 13.75 19,109,299

YINN Signals Weekly Equity

YINN Signals-Weekly

These Direxion Daily FTSE China Bull (YINN) signals (weekly) traded as directed would have performed around 5604 times better than short-hold with an ROI of 254,385% for the period 30-Nov-2009 to 14-Sep-2018

YINN Signals Weekly

The Direxion Daily FTSE China Bull (YINN) signals (weekly) shown above were selected for their reward/risk and parameter sensitivity characteristics. Backtests don't always generate reliable signals which can be counted on moving forward but many traders find value in knowing what buy and sell signals would have worked well in the past.

Returns for the Direxion Daily FTSE China Bull (YINN) signals

For the 459 week (8.8 year) period from Nov 30 2009 to Sep 14 2018, these signals for Direxion Daily FTSE China Bull (YINN) traded both long and short would have yielded $25,438,510 in profits from a $10,000 initial investment, an annualized return of 144.3%. Traded long only (no short selling) the signals would have returned $575,345, an annualized return of 59.0%. 61.8% of time was spent holding stock long. The return would have been $4,539 (an annualized return of 4.4%) if you had short sold the stock for the same period.

Signals and Trades

Not all signals are acted upon and signals are often reinforced in this type of strategy. If you are long in the security, buy signals are not acted on, for example. Similarly if you are short you must ignore sell signals. There were 81 buy signals and 55 sell signals for this particular YINN strategy. These led to 44 round trip long trades of which 31 were profitable, and 44 short trades of which 38 were profitable. This is a weekly strategy where weekly OHLC data is used to derive all signals and there is at most one buy and sell signal and one trade per week.

Drawdown and Reward/Risk

Drawdown (the worst case loss for an single entry and exit into the strategy) was 76% for long-short and 76% for long only. This compares to 86% for buy-hold. The reward/risk for the trading long and short was 1.78 compared to 0.05 for short-hold, a factor of 35.6 improvement. If traded long only, the reward/risk was 0.73. We use drawdown plus 5% as our risk metric, and annualized return as the reward metric.

The backtests assume a commission per trade of $7.

TQQQ Signals Equity

TQQQ Signals-Weekly

These TQQQ signals (weekly) traded as directed would have performed around 20.8 times better than buy-hold with an ROI of 85,602% for the period 08-Feb-10 to 14-Sep-18

TQQQ Signals Weekly

TQQQ signals (weekly) shown above were chosen for their reward/risk and parameter sensitivity characteristics. Backtests don't always generate reliable signals which can be counted on moving forward but many traders find value in knowing what buy and sell signals would have worked well in the past.

Returns for the TQQQ signals

For the 449 week (8.6 year) period from Feb 8 2010 to Sep 14 2018, these signals for TQQQ traded both long and short would have yielded $8,560,235 in profits from a $10,000 initial investment, an annualized return of 119.5%. Traded long only (no short selling) the signals would have returned $2,085,458, an annualized return of 86.3%. 78.7% of time was spent holding stock long. The return would have been $411,810 (an annualized return of 54.6%) if you had bought and held the stock for the same period.

Signals and Trades

Not all signals are acted upon and signals are often reinforced in this type of strategy. If you are long in the security, buy signals are not acted on, for example. Similarly if you are short you must ignore sell signals. There were 108 buy signals and 22 sell signals for this particular TQQQ strategy .These led to 18 round trip long trades of which 15 were profitable, and 18 short trades of which 14 were profitable. This is a weekly strategy; weekly OHLC data is used to derive all signals and there is at most one buy and sell signal and one trade per week.

Drawdown and Reward/Risk

Drawdown (the worst case loss for an single entry and exit into the strategy) was 36% for long-short and 29% for long only. This compares to 44% for buy-hold. The reward/risk for the trading long and short was 2.89 compared to 1.11 for buy-hold, a factor of 2.6 improvement. If traded long only, the reward/risk was 2.54. We use drawdown plus 5% as our risk metric, and annualized return as the reward metric.

The backtests assume a commission per trade of $7.

GLD Signals Equity

SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) Signals-Weekly

These SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) signals traded as directed would have performed around 22.8 times better than buy-hold with an ROI of 627% for the period 04-Aug-08 to 14-Sep-18

GLD Signals Weekly

The trading signals for SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) were selected from over a million backtest results for their reward/risk and parameter sensitivity characteristics. Backtests don't always generate reliable signals which can be counted on moving forward but many traders find value in knowing what buy and sell signals would have worked well in the past.

Returns for the SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) signals

For the 528 week (10.1 year) period from Aug 4 2008 to Sep 14 2018, these signals for SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) traded both long and short would have yielded $62,741 in profits from a $10,000 initial investment, an annualized return of 21.7%. Traded long only (no short selling) the signals would have returned $23,712, an annualized return of 12.8%. 46.2% of time was spent holding stock long. The return would have been $2,753 (an annualized return of 02.4%) if you had bought and held the stock for the same period.

Signals and Trades

Not all signals are acted upon and signals are often reinforced in this type of strategy. If you are long in the security, buy signals are not acted on, for example. Similarly if you are short you must ignore sell signals. There were 207 buy signals and 271 sell signals for this particular GLD strategy .These led to 88 round trip long trades of which 52 were profitable, and 89 short trades of which 38 were profitable. This is a weekly strategy; weekly OHLC data is used to derive all signals and there is at most one buy and sell signal and one trade per week.

Drawdown and Reward/Risk

Drawdown (the worst case loss for an single entry and exit into the strategy) was 20% for long-short and 19% for long only. This compares to 45% for buy-hold. The reward/risk for the trading long and short was 0.87 compared to 0.05 for buy-hold, a factor of 17.8 improvement. If traded long only, the reward/risk was 0.53. We use drawdown plus 5% as our risk metric, and annualized return as the reward metric.

The backtests assume a commission per trade of $7.

SPDR S&P 500 (SPY) Signals-Weekly Equity

SPDR S&P 500 (SPY) Signals-Weekly

These SPDR S&P 500 (SPY) signals (weekly) traded as directed would have performed around 6.7 times better than buy-hold with an ROI of 1,229% for the period 04-Aug-08 to 14-Sep-18

SPDR S&P 500 (SPY) Signals-Weekly

The featured trading signals for SPDR S&P 500 (SPY) were selected from over a million backtest results for their reward/risk and parameter sensitivity characteristics. Backtests don't always generate reliable signals which can be counted on moving forward but many traders find value in knowing what buy and sell signals would have worked well in the past.

Returns for the SPDR S&P 500 (SPY) signals

For the 528 week (10.1 year) period from Aug 4 2008 to Sep 14 2018, these signals for SPDR S&P 500 (SPY) traded both long and short would have yielded $122,873 in profits from a $10,000 initial investment, an annualized return of 29.2%. Traded long only (no short selling) the signals would have returned $54,282, an annualized return of 20.2%. 93.0% of time was spent holding stock long. The return would have been $18,390 (an annualized return of 10.9%) if you had bought and held the stock for the same period.

Signals and Trades

Not all signals are acted upon and signals are often reinforced in this type of strategy. If you are long in the security, buy signals are not acted on, for example. Similarly if you are short you must ignore sell signals. There were 424 buy signals and 33 sell signals for this particular SPY strategy .These led to 24 round trip long trades of which 19 were profitable, and 23 short trades of which 17 were profitable. This is a weekly strategy; weekly OHLC data is used to derive all signals and there is at most one buy and sell signal and one trade per week.

Drawdown and Reward/Risk

Drawdown (the worst case loss for an single entry and exit into the strategy) was 14% for long-short and 14% for long only. This compares to 47% for buy-hold. The reward/risk for the trading long and short was 1.51 compared to 0.21 for buy-hold, a factor of 7.3 improvement. If traded long only, the reward/risk was 1.05. We use drawdown plus 5% as our risk metric, and annualized return as the reward metric.

The backtests assume a commission per trade of $7. Returns have been adjusted for the worst case effects of 40 dividends

Micron MU Signals Weekly Equity

Micron (MU) Signals-Weekly

These Micron (MU) signals traded as directed would have performed around 233 times better than buy-hold with an ROI of 194,218% for the period 04-Aug-08 to 14-Sep-18

Micron MU Signals Weekly

The trading signals for Micron (MU) shown here were selected from over a million backtest results for their reward/risk and parameter sensitivity characteristics. Backtests don't always generate reliable signals which can be counted on moving forward but many traders find value in knowing what buy and sell signals would have worked well in the past.

Returns for the Micron (MU) signals

For the 528 week (10.1 year) period from Aug 4 2008 to Sep 14 2018, these signals for Micron (MU) traded both long and short would have yielded $19,421,830 in profits from a $10,000 initial investment, an annualized return of 111.6%. Traded long only (no short selling) the signals would have returned $1,846,100, an annualized return of 67.7%. 81.5% of time was spent holding stock long. The return would have been $83,340 (an annualized return of 24.8%) if you had bought and held the stock for the same period.

Signals and Trades

Not all signals are acted upon and signals are often reinforced in this type of strategy. If you are long in the security, buy signals are not acted on, for example. Similarly if you are short you must ignore sell signals. There were 167 buy signals and 150 sell signals for this particular MU strategy. These led to 43 round trip long trades of which 29 were profitable, and 43 short trades of which 36 were profitable. This is a weekly strategy; weekly OHLC data is used to derive all signals and there is at most one buy and sell signal and one trade per week.

Drawdown and Reward/Risk

Drawdown (the worst case loss for an single entry and exit into the strategy) was 97% for long-short and 48% for long only. This compares to 74% for buy-hold. The reward/risk for the trading long and short was 1.09 compared to 0.31 for buy-hold, a factor of 3.5 improvement. If traded long only, the reward/risk was 1.29. We use drawdown plus 5% as our risk metric, and annualized return as the reward metric.

The backtests assume a commission per trade of $7.

BABA Equity

BABA (Alibaba) Signals – Weekly

From Jul 2008 to Aug 2018, these trading signals for Alibaba (BABA) used as directed would have performed around 14 times better than buy-hold.

These trading signals for BABA were selected from 1,173,290 backtest results for their reward/risk and parameter sensitivity characteristics.While backtests don't always provide reliable signals which can be counted on moving forward, many swing traders find value in knowing what buy and sell signals could have been used in the past.

For the 205 week (3.9 year) period from Sep 15 2014 to Aug 17 2018, these signals for Alibaba Group Holding Limited A (BABA) traded long and short would have yielded $152,176 in profits from a $10,000 initial investment, an annualized return of 103.9%. The long-side profit (buy/sell only, no shorts) for the signals was $50,880, an annualized return of 58.7%. If you had bought and held the stock for the same period the profit would have been $8,902 (an annualized return of 17.7%). The trading style was Long & Short, meaning that you would be long or short the security at all times.

For this type of strategy, not every signal is acted upon and signals are often reinforced. If you are long in the security, buy signals can be ignored, for example. Similarly if you are short you can ignore sell signals. For this particular BABA strategy there were 16 buy signals and 30 sell signals.These led to 12 long trades of which 9 were profitable, and 12 short trades of which 11 were profitable.

This is a weekly strategy; weekly OHLC data is used to derive all signals and there is at most one buy and sell signal and one trade per week. Drawdown (the worst case loss for an single entry and exit into the strategy) was 20% vs. 50% for buy-hold. Using drawdown plus 5% as our risk metric, and annualized return as the reward metric, the reward/risk for the strategy was 4.16 vs. 0.32 for buy-hold, an improvement factor of around 13.0

GOOGL (Alphabet Inc.) Signals – Weekly

These Alphabet Inc. GOOGL signals were selected from 1,240,000 backtest results for their reward/risk and parameter sensitivity characteristics. While backtests don't typically provide reliable signals which can always be counted on moving forward, many swing traders find value in knowing what buy and sell signals would have worked over time.

GOOGL Signals Weekly

For the 528 week (10.1 year) period from Jul 7 2008 to Aug 17 2018, these signals for Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) traded as directed would have yielded $525,656 in profits from a $10,000 initial investment, an annualized return of 48.3%. The long-side profit (buy/sell only, no shorts) for the signals was $175,257, an annualized return of 33.5%. If you had bought and held the stock for the same period the profit would have been $35,599 (an annualized return of 16.2%). The trading style was Long & Short, meaning that you would be long or short the security at all times.

For this type of strategy, not every signal is acted upon and signals are often reinforced. If you are long in the security, buy signals can be ignored, for example. Similarly if you are short you can ignore sell signals. For this particular GOOGL strategy there were 471 buy signals and 101 sell signals.These led to 68 long trades of which 54 were profitable, and 67 short trades of which 41 were profitable.

This is a weekly strategy; weekly OHLC data is used to derive all signals and there is at most one buy and sell signal and one trade per week. Drawdown (the worst case loss for an single entry and exit into the strategy) was 36% vs. 50% for buy-hold. Using drawdown plus 5% as our risk metric, and annualized return as the reward metric, the reward/risk for the strategy was 1.18 vs. 0.29 for buy-hold, an improvement factor of around 4.0