TLDR: Failed web developer/front end developer, ISO of an internet marketer to work with a profitable stock trading signal algorithm. I need some advice, please.
A few years ago I developed a volatility/correlation algorithm for RIA here in Denver and deployed across a $150 million portfolio. That year the advisory firm won a Lipper fund award for a portfolio that employed this algorithm. (U.S. Balanced/Multi-asset (All Styles) Ranked # 1 ROR 17.45%). I know super exciting right… I like it’s kind like a dunnie.
I left the firm and have taken my algorithm and applied it across all the stocks in the S&P 500. I have made the terrible mistake of thinking that I could be an algorithmic writer/code writer, web developer, and internet marketer. I have failed miserably at the last two. There just isn’t enough time in the day.
So now I have a ghost site, actually, it should be called a zombie because it has a mind of its own. (excluding this blog site) I still have scripts that continue to maintain the algorithm and update it every day, although I haven’t looked at them in months, it keeps churning out trades. I have been too focused on my day job as an algorithm coder / CIO for a small family office.
Here are few highlights of the site:
The winners, page is a list of stocks that the algorithm picked and as you can see are basically winning. Breakouts & Breakdowns is updated daily with new trades. I just remember I even have an FAQ on the how the algorithm works, well not the secret sauce just a basic idea. There is a lot of potential in the algorithm as the sum product of all the equities I track can be analyzed into another technical indicator to see the market as whole, I call it the Happy/Panic meter.
Yes, I do understand that at the time of this blog post that Apple stock has not been adjusted for the split and some stocks might have a 100% gain because well that day I didn’t the correct quote. You can also see that each page has its own individual page, with charts, etc.. So please keep that in mind that I haven’t updated certain parts of the website, but the algorithm is as robust as ever.
Basically, I’m either looking for a business partner that would handle the marketing/front-end design and or personality of the website. (we could move it to another site) Would also be happy to discuss a host of other options, such as API access, trading machines/trading bots (click around the site, I have some experience in building trading machines), or white label services. I also can build portfolios for RIA and FA, I have some great ones already on the website.
So go ahead kick the tires, click around the website. Ask me some questions… throw out some ideas… because I running out of them. Chad @ this domain .com
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