Rob Carver joins us to discuss the eventful month of June and take questions from listeners regarding moving average crossover systems including what the best exit rules are for these systems, and why it might not be a good idea to enter all existing positions for new accounts. We also debate the sustainability of short-term Trend Following and intraday trading, and how much of the profit from TF Systems can be expected to come from Long sided trades as well as ways of investing into UCITS funds with pension money without paying too high fees. Finally, Rob shares some very important aspects on the relationship between optimal leverage and CAGR and much more.
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00:00 - Intro
05:53 - Performance update from Rob and Niels
15:23 - Q1, Andrew: How best to use Moving Average Crossover Systems
20:40 - Q2, Greg: The downside of entering all existing positions for new accounts
24:13 - Q3, Algernond: Getting into UCITS funds at a reasonable price
28:04 - Q4, Michael: Has Rob considered refocussing on short-term trading?
44:20 - Q5, Anders: How much profit comes from long-sided trades & why?
55:08 - Understanding the relationship between CAGR & Leverage
01:17:58 - Thanks for listening
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