Auto stop loss & take profit
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Below is a list of Enigma algorithmic and machine learning products
Enigma forex strategy
About this strategy:
This strategy uses machine learning techniques to evaluate market positions based on a proprietary algorithms. Our algorithms systematically determine each trade's entry and exit positions and capital allocation and determines the best parameters for itself by training on an in sample dataset; this is then evaluated on an out of sample dataset to see how it would perform in a real trading environment. The algorithms are retrained each week to adapt to new market behaviors.
Algorithms are only able to vary parameters within set risk managed limitations, such as the stop loss level having a fix minimum and maximum.
Additionally further risk management tools include a higher level portfolio risk management tool which prevents trades being made if the portfolio is under diversified or over-leveraged.
Instruments traded: Primarily 4 major FX pairs.
The system uses various risk management tools, one of which is sentiment analysis which aggregates and updates within milliseconds based on machine learning. Our risk parameters change based on fundamental and technical price movements.
About this strategy:
This strategy can be described as a hedging-grid strategy. However, it has a hedge script implemented which protects your account from big market waves. Hedging means our algorithms go long and short the same pair at the same time. The EA uses the one-minute time frame and can trade multiple currency pairs. As for indicators, it triggers trades if the RSI and MACD rules apply. The most used currency pairs are EUR/USD – AUD/NZD – GBP/JPY. It is preferable to pick pairs that are uncorrelated. Per $1,500 you can trade one pair and it is recommended to start with at least two pairs.
In case a trend keeps going strongly for 500 pips or more without any correction this algorithm can experience some drawdown. Of course, this totally depends on your account size. Changing pairs or simply adding additional funds are a common ways to overcome this issue.