This is the third post about bots “popularity”.
The approach for these polls has been reconsidered. The most important reason for this is the Risk Classifications (RC).
The division in Risk Classifications is no longer used.
The reason is two fold:
The Bots Risk Classification is dynamic and can change over time, dramatically. For the purpose of Polls the RC is just one of the many aspects to be considered.
So far there are no Bots available in the 3rd RC, Low (1-4) category. Due to these dynamics the value is limited.
How useful is the RC division for popularity ratings. Not only is the value limited, it is also under discussion with regard to cryptocurrency in general.
And yes, it is a long list of BOTS-Names and growing.
At this point in time we can draw conclusions about the Bot popularity and how the selected bots are valued by the investors. The investor may be you but new-comers in bots valuable the input even more.
On the poll-page users can indicate there experience and satisfaction with bots. The bot-strategy should be an important aspects, because this is important to all users. Aspects to take into consideration are: Overall performance, risk versus yield, stability vs volatility, Bots Creator score, availability (=to start) etc.
Do not forget that you can re-issue you votes at any time. In principle the “Poll” is always actual. This with exception of the archive or historic polls.
7 x (AB) Agga Team Bots,
3 x (DE) Dembots,
2 x (BA) Boosting Alpha,
2 x (AT) Altrady,
1 x (TO) TTO, Track This Out.
Interesting to notice that the recently new series “HODL the bottle top 35” and – 40 by Boosting Alpha, hold the 1st and 2nd position.
In total the 7 out of 15 Agga Team Bots are in favour of our voters, both older but mostly relatively new Bots. Dembots (aka DemaTrading.ai ) also have a solid position.
Our financial trading algorithms are built and tested on proper mathematics so we are relatively confident that they perform stable and consistent over longer periods of time. But you can never be 100% sure. Financial markets are inherently unpredictable.
Financial theory considers financial markets to be always efficient (meaning that all available information in the market has been included in the pricing) and indicates future asset pricing as a “random walk” (basically assuming it is unpredictable). Pricing on financial markets is influenced by many different factors which cannot be covered or forecasted in any type of algorithm.
But sometimes you get the feeling that our trading algorithms managed to predict a particular upswing extremely well. In this particular case, two of our bots managed to enter a position in the DOGE coin very early.
Both of these two trading algorithms are now exactly 1,5 month live and already above 400% return.
Both of these bots were expected to return between 150-200% per year based on their backtesting results. But sometimes they are lucky and can benefit from something that is happening in the market very efficiently. In this case they managed to pinpoint exactly the coin where the action was going to happen upfront.
The month of April was an excellent month for our 48 trading bots.
On average the return on our bots increased with 24,5% in crypto terms (20% in EUR value). This compares very favourably with the price of the Bitcoin which decreased with 5% during the same month.
Our 3 new Dagobert Buck trading bots had a very good first month while the 3 new The Noogieman trading bots unfortunately started the first month with a loss.
Now working hard on new bots for our new brand “Illuminati” where we try to introduce some new trading concepts, again with a focus on high-risk bots (which are generally favoured on the trading platforms).
Today we put our first trading algorithm live under our new brand “Illuminati”.
Illuminati is the name of a secret society founded in 1776 in Bavaria, Germany that still today is linked to ruling the world as a sort of “fourth power”. The name Illuminati refers to the very secret society of quant developers that have been powering winning trading teams around the world in the last 10 to 20 years.
Quant algorithms have been powering Flow Traders, Optiver and IMC in the Netherlands, but also internationally firms like Rentech, Citadel, DE Shaw, Two Sigma, AQR and others. The core of these trading algorithms is built by a small, very global but high calibre group of quant developers.
Illuminati is now our fifth brand of trading algoritms, together with Boosting Alpha, The Noogieman, Dagobert Buck and Team Dakar. We aim to launch an additional 10 to 20 new trading algorithms under this new brand in the next 2 to 3 months.
Where the BOTS platform today put out a press release to have launched its first BOTS millionaire, it is very likely this person became a millionaire thanks to one or more of our trading bots. Our trading bots are experiencing a very good April month already (after the month of March was more stable). This month our bots on average already generated 23% return.
The average return of our bots is now 126% while the average bots lifetime period is probably around 7 to 9 months now. The average return per bot per month is now at 17% per month which is really a crazy number if you ask me.
Our top bots this month are “All You Need”, “Joe Dare Devil”, “Roar of the Tiger” and our new HODL top 15, 35 and 40 bots. They all generated more than 50% return in the last two weeks.