About INTJ Capital

About Me:

I have been trading equities since the mid-90s, options since the dot-com crash in 2000, and forex since the financial crisis in 2008.  After years of volatile results, I started learning about how to systematize my trading, and in 2010, I began to implement algorithmic trading of my rules on a now defunct site called Youtualfunds.com, first through Excel, and later through simple JavaScript.  In 2011, I began to collect the various rules into systems, and in 2012, began to publish my signals using Collective2.com‘s API (see my review) for both equities and forex, and now also publish my forex signals through Tradency‘s Mirror Trader.  I use Currensee, Tradeo, ZuluTrade, FX StatFX Junction, MQL5.comMyFXBook and Zipsignals to analyze my system’s performance.  I am currently learning C# so I can use additional automated trading platforms such as QuantConnect to test and develop, and then I hope to tackle Python so I can use platforms such as Quantopian.  Please feel free to see the results of my systems on my algorithmic trading models page.

I currently develop and test systems in Excel, and either automate with macros in Excel, translate my systems to JavaScript and automate from the web, or increasingly these days, translate to C# and use the excellent ib-csharp wrapper for the Interactive Brokers API. .

My trading style is intermediate term, with holding periods of days to weeks, using technical analysis and momentum for entry and exit points.  All of my equity and equity trading in my own accounts is automated at this point, but I still trade index options on a discretionary basis.



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3 thoughts on “About INTJ Capital”

    1. If you’re interested in publishing signals for others to trade, then Collective2.com is always an option, and some of the brokerages have “autotrade” functionality, which enable newsletters to publish signals, which the broker will then trade for subscribers on their behalf in the subscribers’ brokerage accounts (several are listed on my Autotrade Universe page). If you are looking simply to build a track record for your own use, though, there are other alternatives, like rapacapintro.com. Good luck.

  1. Hello!

    I have recently come across your awesome collection of financial services:

    Just wanted to let you know about another super convenient and cost-efficient automated investing service – Zen Assets. It’s currently not on the list, but would definitely fit in the section “Model Selection”. If interested, please review our London-based service by following this link: https://zenassets.com/

    Hope to see Zen Assets listed in your article.

    Best regards.
    Anastasiya Shyrina

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