The Fractal Trading Suite is a proprietary trading strategy that is systematic and technical in nature. The Fractal Trading Suite borrows from the modern science of Chaos theory, Complexity theory, Fractals and Bi-variate statistics. These modern theories have been refined into a trading methodology tempered by real world trading experience in electronic markets. The suite is completely statistical and quantitative. In addition to a large number of unique indicators, a general strategy module is available that uses artificial intelligence and our own unique fractal metanet to make trade suggestions. This package is a perfect complement for fundamental traders that analyze a number of markets and wish to improve their entry and exit positions.
Fractal Suite Trading Indicators for Bloomberg Professional
Fractal Trading Suite for Bloomberg
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Fractal Analysis of the Market
Price Predictor Technology with A.I.
Attractor-Repulsor Coefficient (A.R.C.)
Predictor Health Indicators
Predictor & ARC Based Entry/Exit Oscillators
Fast Forward Indicator for Forecasting Direction
The Fractal Suite is designed for all styles and time frames of trading. The Fractal Suite may be used with futures, stocks, and Forex markets. The Fractal Suite tools may also be used for options trading. The Fractal Suite is what is commonly referred to as a “Gray Box.” All of the module’s inputs are open to manipulation by the user.
Fractal Suite Template (One of Many Possible Combinations)
The methodology of the Fractal Suite is straightforward and simple. The indicators allow you to calculate a number of forecasts with a high degree of accuracy. These forecasts lend themselves to a variety of trading techniques. Everything from predictor reversion, trend forecasting, and options volatility strategies will benefit from the Fractal Suite.
Market forecasting is a tricky business. The Fractal Suite approaches this problem by using three “state of the art” predictors. Our flagship predictor, the Fraclet (many fractals) uses all of the available data to power an Artificial Intelligence (A.I) engine. The Suite also uses the A.R.C. to measure the attraction or repulsion of price to a predictor or second instrument.
Fractal ARC is an acronym for Attractor/ Repulsor Coefficient. Its original purpose was to measure which leg in a spread trade was attracting or repulsing (pushing away) the other one. We modified it to compare the current measurement of price against a historical measurement of price. This tells us whether current price is attracting to or repulsing away from the historical price. This has changed the ARC into a range or trend indicator. 18
The ARC and the Predictor
Not only can the ARC be used to measure the attraction of price to a previous price, but it can also be with other instruments. For example, we can take the ARC measurement of an artificial instrument such as a predictor. Cross market analysis is also possible. 20
ARC Measurement of Price vs. Predictor (ARC in Blue)
Predictor and ARC Based Entry/Exit Oscillators
Dynamic Entry/Exit Oscillator
This oscillator is connected directly to the ARC and the predictor. The oscillator is measuring the ARC value between last traded price and the predicted close. When the ARC has a reading that indicates price is moving away from the predictor, the dynamic entry marker (green) encapsulates the error (difference between price and the predictor) and does not allow it to escape.
Fast Forward Indicator
By utilizing three sets of open, high, and low predictions, the Fast Forward trend plots a tallied consensus of prediction direction and strength. This indicator calculates the predicted high, low and close three steps from the specified “Predictor horizon” input parameter. The forecast is compared against two previous forecasts which in turn are assigned values.
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