Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

Institutional Pairs Trading Hedge: Learn how to pairs trade with Ichimoku Live Example


Institutions do a lot of pairs trading. Pairs trading is a concept where you go long a instrument and then you hedge that position by going short another instrument. With Ichimoku Kinko Hyo, you can easily recognize which instrument is stronger than another instrument. Listen to the video how exactly you could have pairs traded Ann Taylor vs Nordstrom.

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2 Responses to “Institutional Pairs Trading Hedge: Learn how to pairs trade with Ichimoku Live Example”
  1. hankrearden618 says:

    For the love of all that is holy this is what i’ve been looking for. Do you have a group, chatroom, or email list that trades this way?

  2. NYredwhiteandblue says:

    yes but don’t institutions trade co integrated pairs and/or correlated pairs that have gone beyond their statistical norm. In other words they would short the stronger stock and go long the weaker one in the hopes that they will once again revert to their average.

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