Strategies in detail with their characteristics, risk profile, backtests, strength and weaknesses. We focus on a limited set of strategies to cover differrent risk- and profit profiles. Quality over quantity.
V5 is mentally easier for the ones who are semi-regularly involved with Bitcoin prices. The trading window is mostly the same as V4 but trades more frequently within this window. It will sell quicker and re-enter quicker securing profits and minimizing drawdown.
The per trade drawdown of -14.4% is less likely now to happen since introduction of the Supporting Strategy that monitors lower time-frames. This would have hit our hard -5% stop-loss.
The weakness of this strategy is that it may prematurely sell a position to prevent the risk of high(er) drawdown and the fees associated with positions. It's recommended to start with this strategy.
V4 is made to minimize trades and is slower to respond to market changes. However due to its low frequency of trades, it's performing overall better than V5 because of lower fees. It accepts a higher drawdown compared to V4 to give trades a chance to turn around.
The weakness of this strategy is that it's slow to show results (6-12 months) and potential pending profits may end up in a loss. This is mentally a very hard strategy and only recommended for people who are not involved in price movements on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis.
The Pump Monitor strategy is for the ones who are more risk tolerant. The strategy monitors alt-coin pairs for potential pumps. The starting point is a stable coin. Once a potential pump is detected we will sell your stable coin into Bitcoin. And from Bitcoin into the alt. The reversed once we sell your position again. This happens within seconds as orders are all placed as market orders.
The weakness of this strategy is that we will pay double fees for every trade as we need to buy into Bitcoin and then the alt. Moreover we speculate on a potential pump, which might not happen at all. Alt coins market cap and liquidity is much smaller than Bitcoins', this increases risk due to a more limited order book depth. Due to it's nature we can not similarly backtest as with JW V4 and V5.