I developed The Crow Chaser program in 2003. The Crow Chaser system reviews 15 indicators on daily basis. Market positions are established based on the degree of consensus and disagreement of the indicators.
Depending on the market direction signal, I will take a position in the Nasdaq100. I will take a 100% exposure (long, cash, or inverse) in the called position, and will trade a 2x leveraged Nasdaq100 ETF in the appropriate market direction.
This original system has been trading live since 2003, with a second signal added to the composite in early 2009 to increase the trading frequency.
Crow Chaser is traded about 20 times per year. At times, it will take a position for a single day and at times stay for a long period of time in the trade if the market conditions and signals call for it.
This system reviews 15 indicators on daily basis and based on the degree of consensus and disagreement market positions are established. Historically it is in cash or taking an inverse position approximately 30% of the time.
Transactions are only visible to invested clients.
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