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Backtested Futures Systems are employed to capitalize on market movements by buying or selling futures contracts. These futures strategies can be broadly categorized into three main types: trend following, mean reversion, and arbitrage. Trend-following strategies involve identifying and riding upward price trends, while mean-reversion strategies seek to profit from temporary price deviations from their long-term averages. Arbitrage strategies exploit discrepancies in prices across different markets or exchanges.

Backtested Futures Systems offer the opportunity to profit from anticipating future price movements of assets like commodities, currencies, and stocks. However, it’s not without its risks as market fluctuations can dramatically impact your gains or losses. Understanding the market dynamics and employing appropriate Backtested Futures Systems can significantly enhance your decision-making and reduce the associated risks. This blog delves into the top 5 trading methods for 2023 to empower you to trade with greater confidence and minimize potential losses.

Each strategy comes with trading rules in plain English and a strategy code of your choice. Available right now are Amibroker, Tradestation, and plain English. (Tradingview and Python are on demand.) (It is important to note that while every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, we cannot guarantee that the results

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Each Futures Trading Strategy comes with trading rules in plain English and strategy code for Tradestation/Easy Language (others on demand). Commissions and slippage are not included in the backtests (estimated commissions and slippage).

If you want to order, you can buy 1, 5, or 10 Backtested Futures Systems. Please press the green banner (below) for pricing and order. When you have placed an order, please send us an email and inform us which #strategy you want and which platform/code.

Backtested Futures Systems

F100: Swing Trade Nasdaq100, S&P500 and Dow Jones

The Futures Trading strategy works best for Nasdaq, SP500, and Dow Jones futures. It’s a mean reversion strategy, but you can apply the code for many other futures contracts.

The backtest is done using Tradestation data from Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) on continuous and back-adjusted data and using exchange hours (0930-1600 NYT).

The backtest trades at the close, is based on daily bars, and is from the contract’s inception until today. The strategy can also be traded on tomorrow’s open, but performs slightly worse with this setting.

The code is in plain English and TradeStation, Amibroker, Python, Metatrader, Ninjatrader, and Tradingview (contact us for other options).

The equity curve (@NQ.D):

Performance metrics (@NQ.D):

F101: Swing Trade @ES/S&P 500

The strategy works best for @ES.D and is a mean reversion strategy.

The backtest is done using Tradestation data from Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) on continuous and back-adjusted data and using exchange hours (0930-1600 NYT).

The code is in plain English and TradeStation, Amibroker, Python, Metatrader, Ninjatrader, and Tradingview (contact us for other options).

The equity curve (@ES.D):

Performance metrics (@ES.D):

F102: Overnight DAX, @FDAX

The strategy works best for @FDAX and is a mean reversion strategy.

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The backtest uses Tradestation data from Eurex on continuous and back-adjusted data and local (German) exchange hours (0900-1730 CET). It buys at the close at 1730 and sells the next morning at 0900.

The code is in plain English and TradeStation, Amibroker, Python, Metatrader, Ninjatrader, and Tradingview (contact us for other options).

The equity curve (@FDAX):

Performance metrics (@FDAX):

F103: WEEKDAY SEASONAL STRATEGY, @ES,D

The strategy works best for @ES.D and is a mean reversion strategy.

The backtest uses Tradestation data from CME on continuous and back-adjusted data and local exchange hours (0930-1600 NYT). It buys and sells at the close.

The code is in plain English and TradeStation, Amibroker, Python, Metatrader, Ninjatrader, and Tradingview (contact us for other options).

The equity curve (@ES.D):

Performance metrics (@ES.D):

F104: Overnight Strategy, @ES,D

The strategy works best for @ES.D and is a mean reversion strategy.

The backtest uses Tradestation data from CME on continuous and back-adjusted data and local exchange hours (0930-1600 NYT). The strategy buys the close and sells at the close the next day (24 hours later).

The code is in plain English and TradeStation, Amibroker, Python, Metatrader, Ninjatrader, and Tradingview (contact us for other options).

The equity curve (@ES.D):

Performance metrics (@ES.D):

F105: Overnight trade for @ES.D and @NQ.D

The strategy works best for @ES.D and is a mean reversion strategy.

The backtest uses Tradestation data from CME on continuous and back-adjusted data and local exchange hours (0930-1600 NYT). The strategy buys the close and sells at the close the next day (24 hours later).

The code is in plain English and TradeStation, Amibroker, Python, Metatrader, Ninjatrader, and Tradingview (contact us for other options).

The equity curve (@ES.D):

The equity curve (@NQ.D):

Performance metrics (@ES.D):

BondKiller (Long and Short)

VolumeTrader

Daytrading the Heating Oil Market (Short)

Nasdaq and VXN (Tech-VIX)

Short The Tech – A strategy exploiting the Tech sector

DMI Defence – An Edge and strategy using DMI (ES)

Euro Fighter | Stoxx50 Trading Strategy

Canada Dollar – An Edge in the Loonie (CD)

Corn Killer (@C)

European Stoxx50 (FESX)

German DAX (FDAX) – Gap and Short

S&P 500 (ES.D) – Dipbuyer Since Year 2000

Night Crawler S&P Midcap 400 | Backtest since 2003 (EMD.D)

Overnight Star – An overnight edge since 1998 in equity Index (ES+SPY)

OilTimer – An edge and market timer in Oil (Crude)

Long Edge In Platinum Futures — (PL) – Trading strategy

A Gasoline Day Trading Edge — (RB) – Trading strategy

Financial ETF (Short) — (+SP500) – Trading strategy

Robust Long-Short Strategy in SP500 (E-Mini Futures Trading)

Powerful Edge In Lean Cattle Futures!

Long Edge In Soybean Meal Futures

Simple Yet Powerful Edge In Swiss Franc Futures Trading Edge

SP500 (E-mini and Micro) Trading Edge

Platinum Futures Trading Strategy (PL) Trading Edge

Copper Futures Trading Strategy (HG) Trading Edge

Treasury (TY) Trading Edge

Crude Oil Trading Edge

Swiss Franc Trading Strategy

Soybean Meal Day Trading Strategy

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Gold Day Trading Strategy

Robust Edge In Crude Oil (USO and CL)

Daytrading Strategy In Nasdaq (NQ)

Catching Pullbacks in Bonds Futures (US)

Cocoa Futures Trading Strategy (CC)

Heating Oil Trading Strategy (HO)

Bonds Trading Strategy (US)

Incredible Night Edge (SPY)

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Gold Futures Trading Strategy Using Range Distribution

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British Pounds Futures Trading Strategy – Average True Range

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All the Futures Trading Systems are taken from our main page on this website where we have free and profitable trading strategies.

Disclaimer

Hypothetical or simulated performance results have certain limitations. Unlike an actual performance record, simulated results do not represent actual trading. Commissions and slippage are not included, and most trading signals are triggered at the close. Also, since the trades have not been executed, the results may have under or overcompensated for the impact, if any, of certain market factors, such as lack of liquidity. Simulated trading programs, in general, are also subject to the fact that they are designed with the benefit of hindsight. No representations are made that any account will or is likely to achieve profit or losses similar to those shown from these futures trading strategies.

Quantified Strategies (SIA Lofjord) is not an investment advisor. The content and information provided are educational and should not be treated as financial advisory services or investment advice. Trading and investment in securities involve substantial risk of loss and is not recommended for anyone that is not a trained trader or investor – it shall be conducted at your own risk. It is recommended that you never risk more than you are willing to lose. Leverage can lead to substantial losses. Any use of leverage, margin, or shorting is at your discretion. Quantified Strategies (SIA Lofjord) is not responsible for any losses that occur as a result of its content and information. Always use a demo account for many months before you do live trading. Trading requires hard and systematic work – there is no easy money.

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