Jose Luis Silva, Ph.D.

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Jose Luis Silva, Ph.D.
Physicist || Ph.D. || Founder
  • PhD. in Physics
    UU πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ͺ
  • Postdoc in AI:
    LiU πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ͺ
  • Founder
    Aicavity Academy πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ͺ
  • Co-Founder:
    Oxaala LTDA. πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ͺ πŸ‡§πŸ‡·
  • Life:
    Brazilian-Swedish πŸ‡§πŸ‡· πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ͺ
Research Interests:
  • Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
  • Graphs, Computer Vision & NLP
  • Data Science, Analytics & Decision Making
  • Deep Learning & Reinforcement Learning

Trading with Momentum

May 2, 2022

Trading with Momentum

Project Description:

Implement a trading strategy and test to see if it has the potential to be profitable based on the data provided (stocks and time range). There is a description of how to generate a trading signal based on a momentum indicator, therefore you can compute the signal for the time range given and apply it to the dataset to produce projected returns. Finally, perform a statistical test on the mean of the returns to conclude if there is alpha in the signal. For the dataset, we’ll be using the end of day from Quotemedia.

Artificial Intelligence for Trading

– My Certificate –

From the Market Data (Important)

  • The function resample_prices computes the monthly prices.

  • The resample prices method has been correctly implemented πŸ‘

  • The function compute_log_returns computes the log returns from the prices. βœ…

  • The function shift_returns computes the shifted returns.

  • shift_returns is perfectly implemented!

Portfolio (Important)

  • The function get_top_n selects the top_n number of the top performing stocks.

  • get_top_n will correctly select the top_n number of the top performing stocks.

  • You can implement get_top_n efficiently using iterrows in the foll manner:

  • Create a dataframe with the same columns and indeices as prev_returns, but filled with 0s

  • You can implement get_top_n most efficiently in the foll manner:

  • return prev_returns.apply(lambda x: x >= pd.Series.nlargest(x, top_n).min(), axis=1).astype(‘int64’)

  • You can implement get_top_n in the foll manner:

  • return (prev_returns.rank(axis=1, ascending=False)<=top_n).applymap(int)

  • The function portfolio_returns calculates the projected returns. This formula works since the long and short positions can net out so in aggreagte since all stocks have equal waiting then the weighted average is the arithmetic return

  • The projected returns are calculated correctly.

Statistical Tests

  • The function analyze_alpha calculates the t-value and p-value.

  • tvalue and pvalue are correctly calculated. Good job dividing the pvalue by 2 βœ”οΈ

  • Here is some more information on t-statistic and p-value. Also this link shows us the differences between one-tailed & two-tailed tests and when to use each one.

  • The p-value are calculated correctly.

  • The analysis and reasoning given for what the pvalue indicates about the signal is apt. Its great to see that you have compared your p-value to alpha πŸ‘ This link provides some more information on hypothesis testing.

    largest = pd.DataFrame(0, index=prev_returns.index, columns=prev_returns.columns)
     # Iterate through the rows of prev_returns
     for index, _ in prev_returns.iterrows():
         # Create a list of the columns that contain the n largest values
         top_stocks = list(prev_returns.loc[index].nlargest(top_n).index.get_values())
         # Replace 0 values with 1 when a column contains one of the n largest values 
         largest.loc[index, top_stocks] = 1
     return largest 
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