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Table 12-4 contains the market-by-market results for the best evolved entry-atopen models, both long and short, tested on the optimization and verification samples using each of the three entry orders. Given the small number of trades taken, many of the empty cells in this table simply reflect the absence of trades. The SYM column represents the market being studied. The center and rightmost columns (CO(/NT) contain the number of profitable tests for a given market. The numbers in the first row represent test identifiers: 01, 02, and 03 represent tests with entry at open, on limit, and on stop, respectively, for the long side; 04, 05, and 06 represent corresponding tests for the short side. The last row (COtrAV ) contains the number of markets on which a given model was profitable. The data in this table provides relatively detailed information about which markets are and are not profitable when traded by each of the models: One dash (-) indicates a moderate loss per trade, i.e., $2,000 to $4,000; two dashes (--) represent a large loss per trade, i.e., $4,000 or more; one plus sign (+) means a moderate profit per trade, i.e., $1,000 to $2,ooO; two pluses (+ +) indicate a large gain per trade, i.e., $2,000 or more; and a blank cell means that the loss was between $0 and $1,999 or the profit was between $0 and $1,000 per trade. (For information about the various markets and their symbols, see Table II-1 in the Introduction to Part II.)
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Tests 1 through 3: Long-Emiy-at-Open Model Tested on Entry at Open, on Limit, and on Stop. Table 12-4 indicates that, in-sample, the model was strongly profitable
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for the NYFE (but not the S&P X0), the British Pound, the Deutschemark, the Japanese Yen, Palladium, most of the Wheats, Kansas Wheat, Cocoa, and Lumber, and Light Crude (if entry at open is omitted). Out-of-sample, the NYFE had no trades, the British Pound and the Deutschemark continued to be strongly profitable across all three order types, and many of the other markets in which strong in-sample profitability was observed had no trades. Out-of-sample, some markets that had not traded in-sample traded profitably (especially Unleaded Gasoline, Silver, and Coffee), which indicates that the model continued to perform well, not merely in a different time period, but on a different set of markets.
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and on Stop. In-sample, the T-Bills, the Deutschema& the Swiss Franc, the Canadian Dollar, Pork Bellies, Oats, Kansas Wheat, Orange Juice, and Lumber all showed strong profits. The British Pound and Deutschemark held up out-of-sample. The Swiss Franc was profitable out-of-sample, hut only with the limit order. It lost when entry was at open or on stop. The other markets either did not trade out-of-sample or had losses. Out-of-sample, the NYFE traded strongly profitably across all three order types, but did not trade profitably in-sample. Figure 12-1 depicts portfolio equity growth for long trades taken with entry at open. As is evident, there was a steady, stair-like growth in equity, the stair-like
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Portfolio Equity Growth for Long Model with Entry at the Open
quality resulting from the small number of trades taken. The occasional, strongly profitable trade caused a sudden step up in equity. The least-squares line fitted to the equity curve reveals consistent growth in both samples, but slightly greater in the early years. The equity growth for the long model with entry on limit, which helps to control transaction costs, is shown in Figure 12-2. Again, the stair-like growth in equity is apparent. However, the equity growth was more even; i.e., there was no slowing down of growth in recent year-in fact, the fitted line is almost straight. Out-of-sample performance was almost identical to in-sample performance. Figure 12-3 shows portfolio equity growth for the best evolved short-enttyat-open model, evaluated with entry actually at the open. Again, the stair-like appearance is present. However, except for a strong spurt of growth between August 1989 and June 1993, the curve is essentially flat. Overall, the equity was seen rising, except for the flat regions.
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