A question I ask myself is whether or not I can BeyondBot all my trading insights. In order to answer that question, I have to look at primary forms of discretionary trading edge.
If you look at discretionary trading edge then it can only come in a few forms:
Types of discretionary edge
This would be simply a feeling or ability to weight market is more likely go up or down. Because we can arm/disarm and weight long/short strategies in real-time using BeyondBot, most forms of bias should be able to be captured by BeyondBot.
This basically boils down to being able to identify great prices to transact. Because we can limit trading to specific areas, it seems most of these can be captured with BeyondBot.
This is a non-statistical form of bias. It most often comes in the form of identification of exceptional opportunity in specific markets. These opportunities will typically play out over time as market themes emerge.
Below is an expert system for determining how to trade any edge or bias:
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