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Presentation ICAIS 20190 - Price Prediction Line. Investment signals and limit conditions applied for the German financial market

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Price Prediction Line. Investment Signals and Limit Conditions Applied for the German Financial Market. Conference Presentation.
Price Prediction Line.
Investment signals and limit conditions applied
for the German financial market.
Cristian Păuna
Economic Informatics Doctoral School
Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania
International Conference on Advances in Information Systems
ICAIS 2019, 17-18 September 2019, Rome, Italy
This paper was financed by Algorithm Invest (algoinvest.biz)
Paper and research findings
Price Prediction Line
through a mathematical transformation of the
Price Cyclicality Function back into the price space
Reliable entry signals for capital investments
Reliable exit signals for capital investments
Limit conditions to avoid the market risk
in non-significant price movements
A sustained and complete capital investment methodology
Proved trading results for the main German market DAX30
Price Cyclicality Function
and
Price Prediction Line
Price Cyclicality Function
Price Prediction Line
Price Prediction Line
comparative advantages
Automated entry signals
built with the
Price Prediction Line
Limit conditions
imposed with the
Price Prediction Line
Limit the distance from the
Price Prediction Line
Limit the power of the
trend measured as the
gradient of the Price
Prediction Line
There are two types of limit
conditions to be met for a new
entry on the capital market:
Capital trading results
obtained with the
Price Prediction Line
Risk to Reward Ratio = 1:3.04
in about 1000 trading days
Price Prediction Line.
Cristian Păuna
Email: cristian.pauna@ie.ase.ro
Phone: +407.4003.0000
Economic Informatics Doctoral School
Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania
This paper was financed by Algorithm Invest (algoinvest.biz)
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