Our Conservative Strategy consists of several trading strategies, which do not correlate with each other and do not correlate with main stock indexes. This strategy completely excludes such things as:

  • Averaging without limit of loss;
  • Martingale;
  • Increasing of stop-loss level (keeping losing trades for a long period of time);
  • And other techniques of risk increasing.

One of the most important conditions for all strategies is placing stop-loss and take-profit for each trade. If a manager changes anything in his trading system, he immediately notifies the risk manager of the company and only after approval continues trading. This strategy is recommended for investors with long term goals and low risk profile.

This strategy is a combination of several intraday, mid-term and long-term strategies. Trading algorithms, which support those strategies, will exist as long as the market operates. They are classic trend systems, SWING-trading, breakout strategies and trading after news releases.

Advantages:

  • Combination of strategies with long track record and high potential of delivering in the future;
  • Decreased risk of losses;
  • Excludes toxic money management approaches (martingale, averaging etc).

Disadvantages:

  • Comparatively low ROI (return on investment);
  • High chance of strategies to deliver zero ROI for almost one year.

Our moderate strategy is a portfolio of more aggressive trading strategies or strategies with more aggressive money management. Strategies that are prohibited include money manager techniques such as:

  • Averaging without limit of loss (not allowed);
  • Martingale (not allowed);
  • Increasing of stop-loss level (keeping losing trades for a long period of time is not allowed);

Slight risk increasing techniques can be done and are allowed. They are as follows:

  • Adding positions into the profitable direction (Allowed: if price goes into the direction of take profit – trader will add additional trades into that direction.);
  • Additional positions will be placed if price moves in the direction of stop loss, but with clear stop loss level for the whole set of trades (Allowed);

The Moderate Strategy is recommended for investors with medium risk profile, who aim for bigger returns and accept bigger volatility of trading results.

Advantages:

  • Combination of strategies with long track record and high potential of delivering in the future;
  • Risk and return are good balanced;
  • Excludes toxic money management approaches (martingale, averaging etc).

Disadvantages:

  • Slight presence of risk increasing techniques (addition to losing positions).

This strategy includes conservative and moderate strategies, which are correlated and combined based on the risk and return of each of them.

As a result the Composite Strategy combines all advantages of the Conservative and Moderate strategies and has the biggest diversification between trading strategies and instruments.

The Composite Strategy can be used as a ready investments portfolio with a medium level of risk which is a good option for mid-term and long-term investments.

Advantages:

  • Combination of strategies with long track record and high potential of delivering in the future;
  • Risk and return are good balanced;
  • Maximum diversification between strategies and trading instruments.

Disadvantages:

  • Slight presence of risk increasing techniques (addition to losing positions);
  • High chance of strategies to deliver zero ROI for almost one year.