One month in the live of a Bot: “At the top”

One month in the live of a Bot is short, too short to judge the profitability of a bot. Three months should be regarded as a  minimum period. See Tip#1 and Criteria to stop.

One of the most important aspects of a bot is to outperform the market. Meaning to step out when the coin course, i.e. price, gets lower. So as to be able to gain, in this example Bitcoin (BTC), get more Bitcoins.

One month in the live of a Bot: At the top

I stepped in (=started) on 12 October. Normally it can take hours or day’s before your money is used in a (new) position. First the fee of 0.2% gets subtracted from the amount of money you put into the bot.

TradingView BTC 12 Okt/11 Nov 2021
TradingView BTC 12 Oct/11 Nov 2021

Then the bot starts trading.

One month in the live of a Bot: At the top

This is in case of a Trading Class 1, 2 or 3 bot, such as this one. For Hodl, Class A, B bots this can be very different scenarios.

From the bot description: At the top by Bloqtec (BL)

BOT style
“Trend Trading: This bot is constantly focused on the market, looking for a new trend. When it found a trend, it gets in and gets out as soon as the trend stops.”

Techies description
“The bot uses candlesticks to determine an entry level. In winning positions profit is taken at multiple times to secure the earnings. A stop loss is used in this bot at the entry. The bot searches in real time for the right entry moment based on hourly candles.”


One month in the live of a Bot: At the top
One week, Bot: At the top
One month in the live of a Bot: At the top
One day, Bot: At the top

In this one month period on the graphs, I stepped in with a rate of  Bitcoin $56,000 on 12 October and stepped,  fictitious, out with $67,000, on 11 November 2021. A gain of $ 11,000 being almost 20% BTC market increase.

The €uro-gain of the bot was 40% in this month period. Meaning that the bot almost doubled the profit1The bot-graphs are all in  €uro whereas the TradingView Bitcoin-graphs are in $, USD. The relative gain is taken into account. . This is an interesting observation and is positive towards future yield by this bot. We will be watching this one.

Remember, this is not a financial advise. Performance results in the past are not representative nor a guarantee for future positive results.

Piet, BI.

For context see: the Tables-Quadrant 

Footnotes

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    The bot-graphs are all in  €uro whereas the TradingView Bitcoin-graphs are in $, USD. The relative gain is taken into account.

Boosting Alpha trading-Bots performance per October 2021

Boosting Alpha trading-Bots performance per October 2021

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October was a good month for all of the 53 Boosting Alpha related bots (with the brands Boosting Alpha, The Noogieman, Dagobert Buck, Illuminati, Team Dakar. The average return across all bots in October was 11,5% in Euros and 6% in the crypto basecoin (whether it is USDT, BTC, ETH or BNB).

All of our Dagobert Buck bots (all trading bots based on basecoin BTC) are in the higher regions of the performance list in the range of 18 to 40% of monthly performance in terms of Euro values. But also some of the USDT-based bots are in the range of +20% monthly return.

Shortly we will introduce about 15 new trading bots which are based on our new Einstein Relativity Theory series. Some of them based on USDT, BTC and BNB as the basecoins.

The average 30-day return across all of our trading bots (since the initial start date of each bot, for some of them now 1,5 years ago) is now at 4,11% per 30 days, measured in terms of the basecoin. I guess most asset classes, hedge fund managers and pension funds would be jealous on that type of performance.

Roy Lenders, Boosting Alpha

 

See : Boosting Alpha introducing BTC/BNB based Bots.

Laika and the Quants (LQ) trading-Bots performance per October 2021

Laika and the Quants (LQ) trading-Bots performance per October 2021

Laika and the Quants (LQ)

October has been a very profitable month for LAIKA’s trading bots, with an average yield of over 20%, and one bot achieving a 94.1% return rate.

Above, the October overview from the BOTS by RevenYOU platform is presented, including some statistics about the individual bot performances.

Currently we are focusing on the development of new bots, but the current bots are still available for new investors.

Laika and the Quants bots team (LQ).

 

Boosting Alpha introducing BTC/BNB based Bots

Boosting Alpha introducing BTC/BNB based Bots

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As there are many concerns regarding to USDT and its lack of transparency, we would like to share that we have also bots in BTC based or ETH based, that means the return is calculated in growing of the NR of BTC or ETH you hold, not the FIAT value return.

Now we are introducing BTC/BNB based bots. All of these algorithms invest in BTC respectively BNB pairs. The annual return and drawdown is calculated in terms of the basecoin, not in EUR or USD. So these algorithms are always exposed to the crypto market, since when they are in cash they are still invested in either BTC or BNB.

These algorithms are useful for people which are bullish long-term on the crypto market and have a so-called HODL philosophy. They should allow you to gain more BTC or BNB while continuously being exposed to the market 1The Sortino ratio is a variation of the Sharpe ratio that differentiates harmful volatility from total overall volatility by using the asset’s standard deviation of negative portfolio returns, downside deviation, instead of the total standard deviation of portfolio returns..

The bots-series are named “BTC Relativity Mix x” and “BTC Relativity Multi Coin x” and will be published under the “Illuminati” (II) trade mark, in the coming month, after the current Quarantaine period.

Roy Lenders, Boosting Alpha

 

PS: The cooperation of Boosting Alpha with the Einstein Telescope team is part of a big OP-Zuid program which is partly funded by the European Union Regional Development Funds (EFRO).

 

Footnotes

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    The Sortino ratio is a variation of the Sharpe ratio that differentiates harmful volatility from total overall volatility by using the asset’s standard deviation of negative portfolio returns, downside deviation, instead of the total standard deviation of portfolio returns.

Is Tether the best option as Stable-coin?

Tether Tether (USDT) and  the complexity surrounding stable-coins. TrueUSD  True-USD (TUSD) Bridging the Network Gap between Traditional Money and Digital Value.

There are roughly 10 different stable coins (USDT, USDC, TrueUSD, EUR etc.) but the issue is that all other stable-coins do not have any relevant volume. If there is no trading volume, we cannot use it for trading-bots with lots of capital on it. If you only invest € 500-1000 on it those options might be good. If capital gets much bigger those stable-coins are basically not an option right now.

The USDT discussion has been going on for years. It is not new. And it is also clear that the Central Banks around the world all want to issue their own stable-coins in the digital world. So a big part of the USDT controversy is created by the politics from “competing” Central Banks.

Do you think the ECB or the FED would have all EUR or USD covered with gold bars? So we will see where this goes.
Once other stable-coins are getting more trading volumes, we will definitely introduce trading-bots on those pairs. We already have bots on BTC-based pairs. ETH-pairs are too small right now.

Thanks to Roy Lenders, Boosting Alpha.

PS: There are currently only three bots with ETH as their base-coin. Most Bots are based on USDT and some in BTC and BNB. The only UWC (Uwezocoin) based bot was withdrawn. In the Selection & Spreading table the columns can be easily sorted to this purpose.