Author Archives: Pairtrade Finder

These Quant Funds (Confessed Stock Pairs Traders) Still Hitting It Out of the Park…

According to the below article, the quantitative hedge fund industry continues to go from strength-to-strength, to the point of raising management fees to nose-bleed levels (3 and 30). Note the superstars: Renaissance, D E Shaw, Two Sigma…all confessed statistical arbitraguers of equities. Happy Pair Trading!

Article here:

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-04-19/de-shaw-reverting-3-and-30-fee-model-after-spectacular-results

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Thoughts for a Productive Monday Morning

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Pair Trade of the Month from Top 30: March 2019

salesforce.com (CRM) vs. Intuit (INTU)
Pair Trade Entry called on 28 March 2019

This month we are posting a video showing a detailed Pair Trade Entry analysis, as opposed to a Pair Trade Exit result. Covers the checklist of salient parameters to be reviewed on any trading signal generated by PairTrade Finder PRO. Happy Trading!

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Thoughts for a Productive Monday Morning

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Trade of the Month Feb 2019

Apogee Enterprises (APOG) vs. Masonite International (DOOR) $1,017 in 60 days* 25% Return on Margin* WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: https://investor100.lpages.co/february-2019-trade-of-the-month-apog-vs-door-1-017-in-60-days/

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Trade of the Month January 2019

Celanese Corporation (NYSE:CE) vs. Versum Materials Inc. (NYSE:VSM) $1,128 in 37 Days. 28.3% Return on Margin.

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Trade of the Month December 2018

IQVIA Holdings vs. PRA Health Services
$909 in 17 Days. 23% Return on Margin.
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Trade of the Month November 2018

Varian Medical Systems (NYSE) vs. Waters Corporation (NYSE)

$804 in 22 Days.  20% Return on CFD Margin ($10k/leg, 5:1 leverage)

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PairTrade Finder PRO: Cointegration-Based Top 30 US Equities Pairs November 2018 Update

Our latest update of our Top 30 US Equities Pairs. We use cointegration as the primary screening criterion to allow cointegration-based pair trading.

Pairs target a p-value on the Cointegration Augmented Dicky Fuller Test of 0.10 or less.

Recent research (2015) has shown that a cointegration-based selection process for trading equities pairs leads to robust and statistically significant positive excess returns over the S&P 500.

See our Resources section for the study by Huck & Afawubo titled “Pairs trading and selections methods: is cointegration superior?”

Summary:

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Trade of The Month October 2018

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