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Using an RSI Filter in Pair Trading: Maximise Reward to Risk

PairTrade Finder® Ultimate Alpha 3.0 (PTF UA3) introduces an indispensable feature for sophisticated traders: the Relative Strength Index (RSI) filter. We give the astute trader an advanced compass in the sea of market volatility. Our video below has everything you need to use an RSI filter in pair trading:

How Does It Work?

Developed by the legendary Jay Wells Wilder in 1978, the RSI is a momentum oscillator that measures the speed and change of price movements, oscillating between zero and one hundred. Traditionally, a stock is considered overbought when RSI is above 70 and oversold when it’s below 30.

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Profitable Pair Trading Mastery with Our Top 60 US Stock Pair Stars: 9 Weeks, +$6,100, +9.0%

Refining the Art of Profitable Pair Trading: Genesis of Top 60

Behind every Top 60 US Stock Pair Star is a saga of methodical research and analytical rigor. At PairTrade Finder®, we’ve engineered a profitable pair trading system by meticulously scrutinizing over 2,200 tickers. This distilled wisdom is what shapes our Top 60—each pair an arrow of balanced performance potential in your trading arsenal, ready to be deployed in the ruthless financial markets. Watch our video covering the results:

Navigating the Tides of Trading: Stellar Performance of Top 60

The voyage of our Top 60 has been nothing short of stellar.

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Trading to Monthly or Weekly Profit Target Or Take Every Systematic Trade? Thoughts.

In the complex arena of algorithmic trading, practitioners grapple with a pivotal choice: should they adhere to trading with specific targets, or should they capitalize on every opportunity their system flags? This decision can significantly impact their trading journey.

Trading to Target: The Pros and Cons

Opting for trading to target means setting predefined objectives, such as weekly or monthly earnings benchmarks. George Soros, known for his exceptional trading acumen, once said, “It’s not whether you’re right or wrong, but how much money you make when you’re right and how much you lose when you’re wrong.”

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