Toby’s risk-adjusted returns are some of the best in the futures industry. By systematically reducing drawdowns and solidifying returns, he has earned one of the top five Sharpe ratios over the past six years. In this insightful seminar, he shares techniques to reduce volatility in a portfolio and explains how he has accomplished his consistent returns.
As the assets under Toby’s management have increased, he has had to contend with the associated problems of slippage and commissions. Given his short-term program, these are very serious concerns. Toby addressed them by researching and developing longer-term trading strategies which are not as sensitive to these problems. Although these longer-term strategies normally depend upon trend-following, Toby has discovered ways to develop a long-term approach that is not directly correlated to trend. He not only shares these strategies with you, but also demonstrates how you can integrate them into your tradable portfolio while keeping the risk to a relatively low level.
Toby also discusses two distinct and contradictory methods of system testing, the rationalist (or permutation) approach and the perceptual approach. The rationalist approach examines large sets of historical data in as many ways as possible, thus attempting to find the best way to trade the market. The perceptual approach starts with a basic market-action theory, based on observation of price behavior. The perceptual approach then tests for the accuracy of that theory. These two distinctly different approaches produce very different results, which Toby explores in depth.
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