"In “Mean-Reversion Swing Trading,” which appeared in the December 2016 issue of STOCKS & , author Ken Calhoun
describes a trading methodology where the trader attempts to enter an existing trend after there has been a pullback.
He suggests looking for 50% pullbacks in strong trends and waiting for price to move back in the direction of the trend
before entering the trade."
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Negative 6.4 Sharpe Ratio
Savings accounts bear more interest and less drawdown, even with today's rates.
Thanks for porting the code anyway, could be useful in some way other than using the direct strategy itself.