I am wondering about this interesting feature in update 127 called ensemble systems. Where is documentation of this feature. How to implement it. see attachemnt.
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i found the article here – https://strategyquant.com/doc/strategyquant/merge-split-portfolio/
i was testing it and i am afraid thats not implemented in an easy way
1. if i try to make 2 ensembled strategies from 2 different strategies, the exit type is not changed and i am getting the same ensemble strategies
2. there is no tool how the user could possibly know that the ensemble strategy will be better – no portfolio master, nothing…and i am afraid that the logic behing this is nonsense – merging the entry rules to the fuzzy logic will get us nothing only complicated strategy
I’ve just read the article and I’m not sure if I understood it correctly. Could the option “Strategies merged to one (trading in parallel)” be the so called and waited feature that creates a single EA merging/combining several ones? So I could get a single EA who has an entire portfolio inside and put it on my MT4/MT5 terminal. That would be great
more builds need to be done, thats true :) this is only a start…
yes, parallel should be one EA fore mor strategies traded together, but MM and trading options need to be for every strategy the same
so if we have strategies with different settings, it cant be done
parallel portfolio could be a way how to trade more strategies on netted MT5 on one market…but for me its still far future when this will be working without problems
because in netted MT5 we need to simulate in the portfolio way how the strategies will be really behaving, because of netting, for example that sell and buy positions together will be closed…
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