Sizing Strategies for Algorithmic Trading in Volatile Markets: A Study of Backtesting and Risk Mitigation Analysis
S. M. Masrur Ahmed
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Backtest is a way of financial risk evaluation which helps to analyze how our trading algorithm would work in markets with past time frame. The high volatility situation has always been a critical situation which creates challenges for algorithmic traders. The paper investigates different models of sizing in financial trading and backtest to high volatility situations to understand how sizing models can lower the models of VaR during crisis events. Hence it tries to show that how crisis events with high volatility can be controlled using short and long positional size. The paper also investigates stocks with AR, ARIMA, LSTM, GARCH with ETF data.
Date: 2023-09, Revised 2023-09
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