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  • ARROW is primarily about risk and drawdown in the portfolio. It is not about consistently outperforming the comparable benchmarks. Before return Drawdown and risk management. 
  • ARROW is a CAPPED Quant system. This means that you do not get a popular number of signals, but a precisely defined maximum number of signals. This allows you to optimally plan your capital deployment.
  • Optimal for investors who have a defined amount of money that they want to invest in the system.
  • It generates significantly more signal compared to other algos. Since the algorithm sets its limits somewhat deeper in the market, not all buy signals are also converted into positions. This reduces the risk of drawdowns. 
  • ARROW is dynamic! ARROW exits a position quickly in more volatile market phases while holding the position longer in less volatile market phases.
  • Reserve for ARROW daily approx. 10 min time before stock exchange start for the signal input.

You can trade the ARROW system with the following stock portfolios. You can find the shares included in the Portfolios here

  • Germany 30
  • Germany 100
  • US 100
  • US Tech 100

ARROW Performance


Find a variety of analyses and maximum transparency up to the documentation of every single trade per Quant Portfolio. Select your Quant Portfolio. Details on the calculation of the ratios can be found on our support page. If you have any further questions, please feel free to call us or send us a message.

Description

  • Analysis of all 30 DAX® stocks
  • Max. 5 positions in the portfolio
  • Minimum capital*: approx. 15-20,000 euros

  • 5 min. effort per day
  • Suitable for working people
  • Suitable for beginners √
  • Suitable for hobby traders √

Performance development

Performance development of ARROW GERMANY 30 over the DAX 30 ®Index (benchmark). The performance was normalized to a starting value of 100 at the beginning of 2004.


Drawdown (%)

The drawdown shows the decline of a portfolio in percent. The smaller the values, the more even the capital curve is


Annual return (%)

The annual return (%) shows the change in the portfolio on an annual basis


Monthly return (%)

The monthly return (%) shows the change in the portfolio on a monthly basis.

GREEN: Month with positive return


Portfolio staffing

Number of positions in the securities account on the time axis.
Shows how actively the Portfolio is managed.
(5 positions = 100% investment degree)


Average loss on trades stopped out via stop loss(%)

In the Traderama stop logic, a trade of a QUANT system is closed the next day at the opening "market" if the previous day's closing price is below the stop loss threshold. Shown here are the average losses of trades sold by stop loss threshold activation on the next day "market"". The stop loss threshold on ARROW is -5% on the entry price.


Number of trades and number of winning trades

Shows the number of trades per year and, in comparison, the number of trades closed in profit.


Frequency distribution of positions held simultaneously in the securities account (%)

Shows the probability with which how many positions are held in the portfolio at the same time. This analysis can be used for the calculation of the capital investment.


Average holding period per trade

This graph shows how many days a position stays in the portfolio on average.


trade list

Here you will find the trades that were executed by the system (incl. calculated trades)

Description

  • Analysis of all 100 HDAX® stocks
  • Max. 10 positions in the custody account
  • Minimum capital*: approx. 25,000 euros

  • 5 min. effort per day
  • Suitable for working people
  • Suitable for beginners √
  • Suitable for hobby traders √

Performance development

Performance development of ARROW GERMANY 100 over the HDAX ® price index (benchmark). The performance was normalized to a starting value of 100 at the beginning of 2004.


Drawdown (%)

The drawdown shows the decline of a portfolio in percent. The smaller the values, the more even the capital curve is


Annual return (%)

The annual return (%) shows the change in the portfolio on an annual basis


Monthly return (%)

The monthly return (%) shows the change in the portfolio on a monthly basis.

GREEN: Month with positive return


Portfolio staffing

Number of positions in the securities account on the time axis.
Shows how actively the Portfolio is managed.
(10 positions = 100% investment degree)


Average loss on trades stopped out via stop loss(%)

In the Traderama stop logic, a trade of a QUANT system is closed the next day at the opening "market" if the previous day's closing price is below the stop loss threshold. Shown here are the average losses of trades sold by stop loss threshold activation on the next day "market"". The stop loss threshold on ARROW is -5% on the entry price.


Number of trades and number of winning trades

Shows the number of trades per year and, in comparison, the number of trades closed in profit.


Frequency distribution of positions held simultaneously in the securities account (%)

Shows the probability with which how many positions are held in the portfolio at the same time. This analysis can be used for the calculation of the capital investment.


Average holding period per trade

This graph shows how many days a position stays in the portfolio on average.


trade list

Here you will find the trades that were executed by the system (incl. calculated trades)

Description

  • Analysis of all 100 S&P 100® stocks
  • Max. 10 positions in the custody account
  • Minimum capital*: approx. 25,000 euros

  • 5 min. effort per day
  • Suitable for working people
  • Suitable for beginners √
  • Suitable for hobby traders √

Performance development

Performance development of ARROW US 100 over the S&P 100 ®Index (benchmark). The performance was normalized to a starting value of 100 at the beginning of 2004.


Drawdown (%)

The drawdown shows the decline of a portfolio in percent. The smaller the values, the more even the capital curve is


Annual return (%)

The annual return (%) shows the change in the portfolio on an annual basis


Monthly return (%)

The monthly return (%) shows the change in the portfolio on a monthly basis.

GREEN: Month with positive return


Portfolio staffing

Number of positions in the securities account on the time axis.
Shows how actively the Portfolio is managed.
(10 positions = 100% investment degree)


Average loss on trades stopped out via stop loss(%)

In the Traderama stop logic, a trade of a QUANT system is closed the next day at the opening "market" if the previous day's closing price is below the stop loss threshold. Shown here are the average losses of trades sold by stop loss threshold activation on the next day "market"". The stop loss threshold on ARROW is -5% on the entry price.


Number of trades and number of winning trades

Shows the number of trades per year and, in comparison, the number of trades closed in profit.


Frequency distribution of positions held simultaneously in the securities account (%)

Shows the probability with which how many positions are held in the portfolio at the same time. This analysis can be used for the calculation of the capital investment.


Average holding period per trade

This graph shows how many days a position stays in the portfolio on average.


trade list

Here you will find the trades that were executed by the system (incl. calculated trades)

Description

  • Analysis of all 100 NASDAQ 100® stocks
  • Max. 10 positions in the custody account
  • Minimum capital*: approx. 25,000 euros

  • 5 min. effort per day
  • Suitable for working people
  • Suitable for beginners √
  • Suitable for hobby traders √

Performance development

Performance development of ARROW US TECH 100 over the S&P 100®Index (benchmark). The performance was normalized to a starting value of 100 at the beginning of 2004 (mode: accumulating).


Drawdown (%)

The drawdown shows the decline of a portfolio in percent. The smaller the values, the more even the capital curve is


Annual return (%)

The annual return (%) shows the change in the portfolio on an annual basis


Monthly return (%)

The monthly return (%) shows the change in the portfolio on a monthly basis.

GREEN: Month with positive return


Portfolio staffing

Number of positions in the securities account on the time axis.
Shows how actively the Portfolio is managed.
(10 positions = 100% investment degree)


Average loss on trades stopped out via stop loss(%)

In the Traderama stop logic, a trade of a QUANT system is closed the next day at the opening "market" if the previous day's closing price is below the stop loss threshold. Shown here are the average losses of trades sold by stop loss threshold activation on the next day "market"". The stop loss threshold on ARROW is -5% on the entry price.


Number of trades and number of winning trades

Shows the number of trades per year and, in comparison, the number of trades closed in profit.


Frequency distribution of positions held simultaneously in the securities account (%)

Shows the probability with which how many positions are held in the portfolio at the same time. This analysis can be used for the calculation of the capital investment.


Average holding period per trade

This graph shows how many days a position stays in the portfolio on average.


trade list

Here you will find the trades that were executed by the system (incl. calculated trades)

Description

  • Analysis of all 30 DAX® stocks
  • Max. 5 positions in the portfolio
  • Minimum capital*: approx. 15-20,000 euros

  • 5 min. effort per day
  • Suitable for working people
  • Suitable for beginners √
  • Suitable for hobby traders √

Performance development

Performance development of ARROW GERMANY 30 over the S&P 100®Index (benchmark). The performance was normalized to a starting value of 100 at the beginning of 2004 (mode: accumulating).


Drawdown (%)

The drawdown shows the decline of a portfolio in percent. The smaller the values, the more even the capital curve is


Annual return (%)

The annual return (%) shows the change in the portfolio on an annual basis


Monthly return (%)

The monthly return (%) shows the change in the portfolio on a monthly basis.


Portfolio staffing

Average loss on trades stopped out via stop loss(%)

In the Traderama stop logic, a trade of a QUANT system is closed the next day at the opening "market" if the previous day's closing price is below the stop loss threshold. Shown here are the average losses of trades sold by stop loss threshold activation on the next day "market"". The stop loss threshold on ARROW is -5% on the entry price.


Number of trades and number of winning trades

Shows the number of trades per year and, in comparison, the number of trades closed in profit.


Frequency distribution of positions held simultaneously in the securities account (%)

Shows the probability with which how many positions are held in the portfolio at the same time. This analysis can be used for the calculation of the capital investment.


Average holding period per trade

This graph shows how many days a position stays in the portfolio on average.


trade list

Here you will find the trades that were executed by the system (incl. calculated trades)

Description

  • Analysis of all 100 HDAX® stocks
  • Max. 10 positions in the custody account
  • Minimum capital*: approx. 25,000 euros

  • 5 min. effort per day
  • Suitable for working people
  • Suitable for beginners √
  • Suitable for hobby traders √

Performance development

Performance development of ARROW GERMANY 100 over the S&P 100®Index (benchmark). The performance was normalized to a starting value of 100 at the beginning of 2004 (mode: accumulating).


Drawdown (%)

The drawdown shows the decline of a portfolio in percent. The smaller the values, the more even the capital curve is


Annual return (%)

The annual return (%) shows the change in the portfolio on an annual basis


Monthly return (%)

The monthly return (%) shows the change in the portfolio on a monthly basis.


Portfolio staffing

Average loss on trades stopped out via stop loss(%)

In the Traderama stop logic, a trade of a QUANT system is closed the next day at the opening "market" if the previous day's closing price is below the stop loss threshold. Shown here are the average losses of trades sold by stop loss threshold activation on the next day "market"". The stop loss threshold on ARROW is -5% on the entry price.


Number of trades and number of winning trades

Shows the number of trades per year and, in comparison, the number of trades closed in profit.


Frequency distribution of positions held simultaneously in the securities account (%)

Shows the probability with which how many positions are held in the portfolio at the same time. This analysis can be used for the calculation of the capital investment.


Average holding period per trade

This graph shows how many days a position stays in the portfolio on average.


trade list

Here you will find the trades that were executed by the system (incl. calculated trades)

Description

  • Analysis of all 100 S&P 100® stocks
  • Max. 10 positions in the custody account
  • Minimum capital*: approx. 25,000 euros

  • 5 min. effort per day
  • Suitable for working people
  • Suitable for beginners √
  • Suitable for hobby traders √

Performance development

Performance development of ARROW US 100 over the S&P 100®Index (benchmark). The performance was normalized to a starting value of 100 at the beginning of 2004 (mode: accumulating).


Drawdown (%)

The drawdown shows the decline of a portfolio in percent. The smaller the values, the more even the capital curve is


Annual return (%)

The annual return (%) shows the change in the portfolio on an annual basis


Monthly return (%)

The monthly return (%) shows the change in the portfolio on a monthly basis.


Portfolio staffing

Average loss on trades stopped out via stop loss(%)

In the Traderama stop logic, a trade of a QUANT system is closed the next day at the opening "market" if the previous day's closing price is below the stop loss threshold. Shown here are the average losses of trades sold by stop loss threshold activation on the next day "market"". The stop loss threshold on ARROW is -5% on the entry price.


Number of trades and number of winning trades

Shows the number of trades per year and, in comparison, the number of trades closed in profit.


Frequency distribution of positions held simultaneously in the securities account (%)

Shows the probability with which how many positions are held in the portfolio at the same time. This analysis can be used for the calculation of the capital investment.


Average holding period per trade

This graph shows how many days a position stays in the portfolio on average.


trade list

Here you will find the trades that were executed by the system (incl. calculated trades)

Description

  • Analysis of all 100 NASDAQ 100® stocks
  • Max. 10 positions in the custody account
  • Minimum capital*: approx. 25,000 euros

  • 5 min. effort per day
  • Suitable for working people
  • Suitable for beginners √
  • Suitable for hobby traders √

Performance development

Performance development of ARROW US TECH 100 over the S&P 100®Index (benchmark). The performance was normalized to a starting value of 100 at the beginning of 2004 (mode: accumulating).


Drawdown (%)

The drawdown shows the decline of a portfolio in percent. The smaller the values, the more even the capital curve is


Annual return (%)

The annual return (%) shows the change in the portfolio on an annual basis


Monthly return (%)

The monthly return (%) shows the change in the portfolio on a monthly basis.


Portfolio staffing

Average loss on trades stopped out via stop loss(%)

In the Traderama stop logic, a trade of a QUANT system is closed the next day at the opening "market" if the previous day's closing price is below the stop loss threshold. Shown here are the average losses of trades sold by stop loss threshold activation on the next day "market"". The stop loss threshold on ARROW is -5% on the entry price.


Number of trades and number of winning trades

Shows the number of trades per year and, in comparison, the number of trades closed in profit.


Frequency distribution of positions held simultaneously in the securities account (%)

Shows the probability with which how many positions are held in the portfolio at the same time. This analysis can be used for the calculation of the capital investment.


Average holding period per trade

This graph shows how many days a position stays in the portfolio on average.


trade list

Here you will find the trades that were executed by the system (incl. calculated trades)

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