Our Algorithmic Development Process

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Identify manual traders with strong track records of a minimum of 24 weeks through turbulent market conditions

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Interview these traders to discuss their history, and a possible colloboration

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Identify key patterns in their trading style to determine whether it's possibly to automate their key strategies

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Conduct a detailed interview with the trader and our development team to understand how much of their trading can be automated

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Our development project manager will take this away and convert this into a C-Sharp and JavaScript application

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Once the algorithm is developed, it is launched upon a demo server to see how it trades in historical market conditions

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Depending upo the complexity of the algorithm and/or the turbulence of the historical markets we'll backtest the algorithm through various micro events such as a drop in oil price because of international tensions to macro events such as the global pandemic To enable screen reader support, press Ctrl+Alt+Z To learn about keyboard shortcuts, press Ctrl+slash

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We stress test the algorithm intensively over a 5-20 year period through different scenarios

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Ideally the algorithm doesn't 'blow up', and lose the balance in the demo account

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As the algorithm trades we hand it back to the trader, as well as select individuals in our circle to refine the algorithm based upon its performance

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Once the algorithm is developed, it is launched upon a demo server to see how it trades in historical market conditions

07

Depending upo the complexity of the algorithm and/or the turbulence of the historical markets we'll backtest the algorithm through various micro events such as a drop in oil price because of international tensions to macro events such as the global pandemic To enable screen reader support, press Ctrl+Alt+Z To learn about keyboard shortcuts, press Ctrl+slash

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We stress test the algorithm intensively over a 5-20 year period through different scenarios

09

Ideally the algorithm doesn't 'blow up', and lose the balance in the demo account

10

As the algorithm trades we hand it back to the trader, as well as select individuals in our circle to refine the algorithm based upon its performance

06

Once the algorithm is developed, it is launched upon a demo server to see how it trades in historical market conditions

07

Depending upo the complexity of the algorithm and/or the turbulence of the historical markets we'll backtest the algorithm through various micro events such as a drop in oil price because of international tensions to macro events such as the global pandemic To enable screen reader support, press Ctrl+Alt+Z To learn about keyboard shortcuts, press Ctrl+slash

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We stress test the algorithm intensively over a 5-20 year period through different scenarios

09

Ideally the algorithm doesn't 'blow up', and lose the balance in the demo account

10

As the algorithm trades we hand it back to the trader, as well as select individuals in our circle to refine the algorithm based upon its performance

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These recommendations and then centralised, approved by the initial trader and us, and then passed back to the development team for further fine tuning

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Once this process is complete, we do further backtesting to help give us an indication of how an algorithm will perform in future/current market conditions

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If the algo has reached this stage (most don't), we open up the algorithm onto the live markets with some of our own funds (up to £10,000) for a 4-8 week period

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We name the algorithm in preparation for a client launch

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All being well (again few algo's make it), we open up the algorithm to a small proportion of our clients for 4-8 week period at the £10-30,000 range

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If again the algorithm performs well, we identify which clients this algorithm is most suited for and roll out the algorithm across these client accounts

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This whole process is a 6 month period through which we'll start with between 10-25 algorithms and typically end up with 1-2 that ultimately are usable

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If again the algorithm performs well, we identify which clients this algorithm is most suited for and roll out the algorithm across these client accounts

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This whole process is a 6 month period through which we'll start with between 10-25 algorithms and typically end up with 1-2 that ultimately are usable

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If again the algorithm performs well, we identify which clients this algorithm is most suited for and roll out the algorithm across these client accounts

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This whole process is a 6 month period through which we'll start with between 10-25 algorithms and typically end up with 1-2 that ultimately are usable