A New Daily Heron Portfolio

A New Daily Heron Portfolio

June 9, 2023

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This week we’ve been looking at the Heron robot using Daily charts.

And the old research has held up pretty well.

Keep in mind, the negative reward to risk ratio concept holds up excellently in the 15-minute timeframe testing.

What’s interesting is that it’s held up on the Daily charts also.

So far, we’ve looked at two versions of the Daily Heron. Both were initially done a long time ago (as I’ve mentioned).

What would happen if we put them all together?

Let’s find out.

Using Portfolio Architect, here’s what a Daily Heron 245 portfolio looks like (EURUSD, GBPUSD, USDCAD):

Here’s the Curve on a hypothetical $20k account:

Here are the Annual Returns:

While there are a few losing years, the winning years are much larger and much more prevalent.

Now, what if we add the original Daily Heron back in to this portfolio (this one has a much smaller target and stop)?

Spoiler alert: Everything gets better.

New Report:

New Curve:

New Annual Returns:

While we’d have to get creative in the U.S. (we can’t trade the same pair in the same account), the test results are encouraging (especially if you trade outside America).

The Heron is just begging to be noticed again.

Talk to you soon.

 

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