It took me more than 2 years to analyze and backtest over 50 futures markets. But then eventually, I came to the conclusion that only 26 markets are good enough to fit the Delta Strategy. I was looking for high hit rates, high profits, and of course low risks. I did my backtests in futures and the underlying is always a future, but all signals will work for CFDs, options and certificates as well.
The initial idea of the Delta Strategy was to find trades that would have a hit rate of at least 75% so it would be easy to trade. As I was backtesting the signals, I almost couldn’t believe it myself. Some signals have never failed and every single trade was a winner. The final Delta Strategy trading system contains only trades that win at least 75% and still some signals win 100%.
I belíeve in the strength of numbers. To build a solid trading strategy you have to have a large number of numbers to analyze. I’ve been analyzing data from 2015 till today to make sure I have enough. My evaluations contain more than 1500 trades that I analyzed and turned into a trading system that – because of more than 75% winner trades – is easy to trade for everybody.
Performance of the ∆ STRATEGY
The performance of the Delta Strategy is impressive. These interactive graphs show the monthly profits and the equity curve if you would have traded every signal of the Delta Strategy starting from January 2015 till today. You’ll immediately notice that there are a lot of months with very high profits and only a few months with low losses. This is exactly what I intended the Delta Strategy to be like and what makes trading easier and as relaxed as it could be.
There can be up to two different types of signals in each market → signal A & signal B
The following table shows the number of trades of each signal and it shows the percentage of winner trades. For some markets, there are A and B signals, for some, there is only an A signal or only a B signal. Loading the following table might take a while. Please be patient.
tables and graphs on this site are dynamic and might change from day to day