We provide a database of sample strategies where you can backtest strategy online. A quantitative investment strategy is used in portfolio management where the objective is generate excess returns and alpha for the investor. Software developers and quants use a logical set of rules to filter and rank stocks. Stocks with the best ranking are selected by the model to be included in the portfolio. The benefits of using a quant investment strategy is that the computer makes the decision to buy or sell a stock. This removes emotions from the picture and allows the investor to make rational, data driven investment decisions.
|Asset Class Trend Following||Weekly||Equities, Fixed Income, Commodities, Forex, REIT||9.1%||11.0%||Trend Following|
|60 - 40 Stock Bond Mix||Monthly||Equities, Fixed Income||9.1%||10.5%||Asset Allocation|
|200 Day Moving Average in Stocks||Weekly||Equities||15.5%||18.0%||Trend Following|
|200MA for Stocks Risk Managed||Weekly||Equities||13.7%||13.5%||Trend Following|
|Ray Dalio All Weather Proxy||Monthly||Equities, Fixed Income, Commodities||6.8%||7.3%||Asset Allocation|
|Sector Rotation||Monthly||Equities||9.8%||18.6%||Trend Following|