FF24 Trading Systems were developed using Deep Learning and later Machine Learning methodologies constructed to evolve with an ever-changing market. Our technology efficiently reviews real-time market information and responds to conditions with performance-focused results. We utilize algorithmic strategies to analyze, identify, and capture trading opportunities and maximize returns, while maintaining careful risk management.
Core to our approach is constant refinement and exploration in high speed execution and artificial intelligence to engineer the best profits with the lowest risk.
We combine traditional trading skills with superior technology.
Machine Learning is the process of using advanced network infrastructure and programming development designed to adhere to learn from data sets and instructions. Criteria based trading is more efficient, faster, and scalable, making the human element obsolete.
Trend following is a trading style that attempts to capture gains through the analysis of an asset’s momentum in a particular direction. When the price is moving in one overall direction, such as up or down, that is called a trend. An uptrend is characterized by higher swing lows and higher swing highs. A downtrend is characterized by lower swing lows and lower swing highs.
A reversion to the mean involves retracing any condition back to a previous state. In cases of mean reversion, the thought is that any price that strays far from the long-term norm will again return, reverting to its understood state. The theory is focused on the reversion of only relatively extreme changes, as normal growth or other fluctuations are an expected part of the paradigm.
Currency prices move up and down every second due to fluctuations in supply and demand. If more people want to buy a particular currency, its market price will increase. Conversely, if more people want to sell a currency, its price will fall. This relationship between supply and demand is tied into the type of news reports that are issued at any particular moment.
Market sentiment refers to the overall attitude of investors toward a particular financial market. It is the feeling or tone of a market, or its crowd psychology, as revealed through the activity and price movement of the securities traded in that market. In broad terms, rising prices indicate bullish market sentiment, while falling prices indicate bearish market sentiment.