November 13, 2023
RE: EPIC v5.1.0 Protocol Updates – Hard Stop Pivots & Downside Risk Management
The development team of EPIC Crude Oil $CL_F Machine Learning Software (Oildefi.io), $SPY SP500 $MES Machine Learning Software (SP500defi.io) and soon to be launched $BTC and $ETH Machine learning software have been at it for near 8 years and see the Version 5 series as a significant milestone. In future, we expect only moderate “tweak” updates to the Oil Trading Software. The others should follow in with EPIC’s Oil architecture in months – not years.
Please refer to previous white papers and updates for historical context.
In this update we provide important information regarding (1) Hard Stop / Reversal Pivot Protocols and (2) Downside Risk Management.
(1) Hard Stop / Reversal Pivot Protocol.
Prior to the Pivot Protocol challenge, the most significant challenge our team had was the “stability” protocol, it took the longest by far to conquer. Next in complexity was the pivot protocol. At issue with pivots specifically – order fills and the age-old “death by a thousand cuts”. The software executes market orders by design per architecture – again, refer to previous white papers and updates.
The most recent downturn in crude challenged the team to find a way to avoid the pivot execution paper cut challenge. In short, we accomplished an 80% win rate at pivot executions. Previous to this period of draw-down we struggled to find a way for the software to execute in size at key pivots without taking paper cuts that added quick to downside risk. This is now mitigated through order flow tech (see IDENT references in previous papers). In short 8 in 10 executions now manifest positive return executions which is far better than 1 in 10 at pivots it was firing at previously.
For the first time reader, in short, EPIC fires at key pivots often against trend and builds a position creating a low dollar cost average on high frequency trades during a sequence of exections. At issue, was primarly our ability to have the software fire in size and not have paper cut draw downs. This is now resolved. A significant milestone.
(2) Draw-Down Mitigation.
Having the pivot / reversal execution protocol firing at 80% upside rate allows the architecture of the draw down risk component of the software to be very, very “tight”. Observers will find over the near term EPIC to remain aggresive and yet very limited in draw-down size. This was previously not possible due to the “paper-cut” issue discussed above.
The advancements in architecture described above are considerable game changers for our development team and the holders of tokenization projects (representing returns or losses in trade) and the Sovoron.com private side client(s).
We expect ROI consistency and value to increase significantly forward.
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Historical documents can here:
- June 3, 2023: EPIC v4.1.1 Crude Oil Machine Trade Software White Paper
- March 28, 2022: EPIC v3.3 Crude Oil Machine Trade Software White Paper | March 28, 2022 Update
- January 7, 2021: EPIC v3.1.5 Crude Oil Machine Trade Software White Paper | Updated January 11, 2022 w/ Trade Execution Data
- June 4, 2020: EPIC V3.1.1 Crude Oil Machine Trade Software Update | June 4, 2020 White Paper #OOTT $CL_F $USO $USOIL
- April 19, 2020: EPIC V3.1 Crude Oil Machine Trade Software Update Details | White Paper #OOTT $CL_F $USO $USOIL
- December 29, 2019: How EPIC v3 Crude Oil Machine Trading Outperforms Conventional Trading