Code And Logic For All Free Strategies/Articles

We have compiled a PDF document that contains all the Amibroker code and logic for all the free strategies on this website. Some of the strategies have been slightly improved and changed. The strategies are taken from this landing page:

The majority of them still work, despite most of them being made before 2017. In other words, we’ve had several years of out of sample test.

You can purchase via three methods:

  • You can buy one strategy for 5 USD and get the code for BOTH Amibroker and Tradestation. Pay the amount in the order form and send us a mail at “oddmund at quantifiedstrategies dot com” and you’ll get the code in Amibroker or Tradestation 1-2 days later (you choose which code).
  • You can buy ten strategies for 50 USD and get the code for both Amibroker and Tradestation. Pay the amount in the order form and send us a mail at “oddmund at quantifiedstrategies dot com” and you’ll get the code in Amibroker or Tradestation 1-2 days later (you choose which code).
  • Or, you can buy all 60+ strategies/ideas for 149 USD. However, this option only includes Amibroker code. Pay the amount in the order form and send us a mail at “oddmund at quantifiedstrategies dot com” and you’ll get all the code as a PDF file.

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We have the following strategies to choose from:

The strategies/ideas are these:

  • Monthly momentum/rotation between TLT and SPY (only code for Amibroker, not Tradestation)
  • Price deviates from average by using ATR
  • VIX on the S&P 500
  • The formula for Williams %R
  • WilliamsVixFix using PercentRank
  • Code for Heikin Ashi
  • MACD-histogram on the S&P 500
  • Bollinger Band Breakouts
  • Moving averages with RSI
  • How to optimize an ADX breakout
  • Combining ADX and RSI on the S&P 500
  • The internal Bar Strength indicator on the S&P 500:
  • The Elder Ray indicator
  • The Chaikin Oscillator
  • A simple trend-following strategy in the S&P 500
  • What happens in the S&P 500 after a significant down day?
  • What happens in the S&P 500 after a significant down day on the first day of the month?
  • The January effect that works
  • The traditional January effect seems to have stopped working:
  • The end of the year rally in the S&P 500
  • S&P 500 Mean Reversion Using IBS and RSI
  • Short overnight in the S&P 500
  • Buy When S&P 500 Makes New Intraday High?
  • RSI(2) on the S&P 500
  • Big Moves On Mondays
  • End of month strategy in the S&P 500
  • Overnight in the S&P 500
  • Overnight in the S&P 500, part 2
  • Day trade in the S&P 500 (or Nasdaq)
  • Today is Monday and two down days in a row (S&P 500 or Nasdaq)
  • A failed bounce in the S&P 500 or Nasdaq
  • Overnight in the S&P 500, part 3
  • Overnight in the S&P 500, part 4
  • When the S&P 500 Closes Near The Bottom of Its Range But Still Positive
  • Two Big Down Days In A Row In the S&P 500
  • New 5 Day Low In SPY And Closes In The Low of The Range
  • Using VIX To Trade SPY And The S&P 500
  • RSI(2) On QQQ (Nasdaq)
  • Monday/Tuesday trade In Nasdaq
  • Nasdaq (QQQ) Mean Reversion
  • August is the best month for long-term Treasuries (TLT)
  • Daily Effects In Long-Term Treasuries (TLT)
  • Internal Bar Strength In Consumer Staples (XLP)
  • When XLP Diverges From Recent High And Low:
  • Larry Connors’ Double Seven Strategy
  • Larry Connors’ Multiple Days Up And Multiple Days Down Strategy
  • Larry Connors’ %b Strategy
  • Larry Connors’ R3 Strategy
  • Larry Connors’ RSI 25 & RSI 75
  • Larry Connors’ 3 Day High/Low Method
  • Retail seasonalities
  • A simple pair trade in liquid ETFs
  • Trend Following Strategy In Gold
  • The Greatest Gold Stock System You Should Trade
  • When Gold Gaps Up Or Down
  • September Is The Worst Month Of The Year For Stocks
  • Sell In May And Go Away
  • Shorting Oil When Dollar Rises
  • The Friday Seasonality in USO (oil)
  • Candlestick Pattern – Doji
  • Gap Down Strategy In Stocks – Going Long
  • How To Profit From The Russell 2000 End Of June Rally
  • Trend Following And Momentum On Bitcoin – Capturing The Trend

 

Disclosure: We are not financial advisors. Please do your own due diligence and investment research or consult a financial professional. All articles are our opinions – they are not suggestions to buy or sell any securities.