Trend • Timing • Divergence
Three algorithmic strategies in 5 portfolios are designed to be very different so they can blend together and diversify your portfolio.
We provide a full explanation of the strategies, daily trading signals, historic performance, and sample portfolios that meet the needs of most investors.
Daily/Weekly Trend Progam
This enhanced Trend system is combined with a dynamic portfolio selection strategy and extreme risk controls that have proved successful since its beginning.
The daily program also includes an Income Focus Strategy and DowHedge. Weekly trends include Sector Rotation, Income Focus, and the DowHedge strategy. These programs offer diversification and liquidity.
Daily Timing Progam
Timing signals are a variation on classic pairs trading, but with larger returns per share.
This program exploits undersold stocks while limiting risk during down markets by hedging correlated index markets.
Daily Divergence Progam
Divergence is a short-term pattern strategy that exploits periods of price uncertainty and looks to determine the direction of the next price move.
It can complement a trend strategy by offsetting losses during periods when the trend is turning
You receive orders by 9 PM (New York) to be placed on the next open.
You control your time.
New Book Releases from Perry Kaufman
Perry J. Kaufman - 2022
Learn to Trade
"Learn To Trade" steps you through chart reading, moving averages, breakouts, risk control, and portfolios – everything you need to be a successful trader. It gives you rules to follow, making the difference between uncertainty and confidence.
While this book is intended for the serious beginner, all traders will benefit from the review and the added insight by Perry Kaufman.
Perry J. Kaufman - Kindle 2020
Kaufman Constructs Trading Systems
"Kaufman Constructs Trading Systems" is a step-by-step guide to developing a successful trading system for stocks and futures. This book not only answers critical questions about trading systems and development that were asked by attendees at his conferences; it takes the process to another level, giving more examples of trading systems and covering many topics that are essential to success.
There is a complete discussion of trends systems, mean reversion methods, and pattern trading for daily and intraday data. Perry gives you a deep understanding of the principles that make trading systems profitable and steps through the entire process from the idea to the rules, from testing to deciding on the final model.
There are valuable sections on risk control and portfolio selection, based on his years of experience. This easy-to-read book will be a most welcome addition to your library to help you on the road to success.