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FIND AMAZING TRADING STRATEGIES, OR TEST YOUR OWN WITH SIGNALSOLVER

When you are looking for trading strategies for stocks, ETFs and mutual funds, a logical place to start is to know what worked in the past. SignalSolver helps you with that. Type in a stock, ETF or mutual fund symbol and SignalSolver downloads historic price data then backtests it to find buy-sell signals and trading strategies that gave good results. It is quite simple to use and can load monthly, weekly or daily stock price data. The trading strategies it finds are often simple price action based techniques that you won't find elsewhere. But while it is very good at finding exploits based on historic data, profitability moving forward is never guaranteed. Backtesting cannot predict future prices. SignalSolver is an unlocked, digitally signed VBA application wrapped in an unprotected Excel workbook, so you can easily add functionality for your own needs.

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Berkshire Hathaway trading strategy

This is a Berkshire Hathaway trading strategy which would have given almost ten times the return performance of buy/hold over the last 10 years with half the drawdown. The strategy is detailed in the table below, it was straightforward, with 123 trades over the 10 year backtest period. All trading was done at the weekly […]

GOOGL Trading Strategy (Weekly)

Here is a Google Inc (GOOGL) trading strategy with once a week intervention which would have performed significantly better than buy-hold over the last 10 years. Annualized return was 31.5% vs. 16.5% (returning $149K for 10K outlay vs $36.7K, compounded), drawdown was 40.2% vs. 62.4%, so reward/risk was better. The buy and cover signal (see […]

DIS Trading Strategy

Here is a Walt Disney Company (DIS) trading strategy with daily maintenance which had quite nice characteristics; 59% annualized return over the last 2 years. The performance was better than long buy-hold with lower drawdown and about three times the reward-risk. Signal reinforcement was good, and not many dual signal days. Below I show the […]

Two GLD Trading Strategies (Daily)

GLD is the much traded SPDR Gold Trust ETF. I find these two GLD trading strategies interesting because they gave reasonable results (32.6% and 48% annualized return) for each of the four 6 month periods of the analysis. The strategies require daily intervention. Strategy 1: BCS AHC This is a buy on fall, sell on […]

TSLA Trading Strategy (Daily)

This TSLA trading strategy would have given a 1062% return over 2.1 years vs. a buy-hold return of 86% for the same period. The strategy is based on buying and selling when the stock price rises above specific thresholds. The buy side keyed off the day’s open price; the buy and cover signal appeared when […]

TQQQ Trading Strategy (Weekly)

Today I present two TQQQ trading strategy backtest results with weekly setup with similar reward-risk but very different characteristics. TQQQ is the ProShares UltraPro QQQ, a triple leveraged ETF tracking the Nasdaq. The backtests were for the 288 weeks 2/11/10 through 8/14/15. The first trading strategy was found by optimizing the scanner for low drawdown, […]

OMER Trading Strategy (Daily)

Frequent reversals characterize this strategy for Omeros Corporation This OMER trading strategy is signal rich; there were 174 dual signal days out of the 528 days in the analysis. Added to that 151 buy signal only days and 39 sell signal only days and you get 364 signal days, of which 250 were actionable signals […]

AAPL Trading Strategy (2)

This is an interesting AAPL trading strategy for the period 12/12/80 through 7/31/15, which would have generated $8,521,705,763 in profits from $10,000 initial investment. Buy and hold would have generated $2,744,894 in profit in the same period. The cover and buy signals were generated when the stock price dropped 37.77% below the 20 month exponential […]