Working Since the ’80s – Pt. II

Working Since the ’80s – Pt. II

Apr. 24, 2024

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In our last Newsletter, we looked at a strategy that’s been producing a nice Equity Curve since the 1980s.

Granted, the old data might be suspect, but the recent data over the past two decades has looked pretty much the same.

So it might be trustworthy.

That being said, let’s look at another long-term strategy using our magic Bollinger Band™ breakout technique.

This time we’ll look at Orange Juice (OJ).

Here are the details for this strategy on the Daily chart. They’re very similar to SB:

Not an extreme entry level but everything else is nearly identical. Here are some recent trades:

It seems to make nice moves on Band breakouts. Here’s the Curve since 2001:

That’s very typical for trend following and is consistently rising. Now let’s go back to the 80s:

Whoa, it looked like it allegedly worked very well in the 80s but has still shown good testing since that initial run.

Has looking at forty years of data helped?

In our next Newsletter, we’ll make a little portfolio.

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