Trend following


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Trend following

A trading method that makes trading decisions through the use of computer models that determine the general direction of the market. Most of these models are based on momentum and that is why they are called trend following.
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Maintaining the overall gaining trend following the announcement of hike in foreign ownership limit (FOL) by blue chip companies like Qatar National Bank and Industries Qatar in the beginning of the week, Qatari stocks closed the week on a higher note.
10 per cent on the 91-day, 182-day and 364-day respectively, have taken on a downward trend following the direction taken by the medium and short term portion of the yield curve," said Genghis Capital.
Simmons & Simmons, led by partners Melody Yang (on the fund documents side) and Jason Valoti (on the trading documents side), has recently advised Man Group on the launch of the first onshore systematic trend following fund managed by a foreign-invested fund management company in China.
VMOT will hold the four flagship funds of Alpha Architect (QVAL, QMOM, IMOM, and IVAL) and also deploy a trend following system overlay, all for zero management fees beyond the underlying ETF expense ratios.
To be clear, counter-trend trading models are not the opposite of trend following, rather they are indifferent to longer term trends.
But it would be unfair to lay the blame at the Dubliner's door, when in fact it was only the most recent miserable effort in a trend following the sole success in the Caribbean in 2010.
This season, we have seen that trend following the victory at the Etihad.
PSA group, France's largest car manufacturer also reported negative trend following 3.
An official of the HCCI Khalil Ahmad Yarmand acknowledged trade related activities were on downward trend following long-drawn process of presidential election.
4 percent, pursuing a downward trend following figures for the first three quarters of 3.
THEY say 13 is unlucky for some, but Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa is hoping to buck the trend following his move to Newcastle United.
It is expected to show negligible correlation to traditional sources of risk (equity and fixed income) and limited correlation to trend following strategies.