Certification exam of Module 3 – Applying the Unger Method™ to Trading Systems Development
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Among the classic ‘Trend Following’ triggers we can find:CorrectIncorrect
Where are the Futures Exchanges on Metals (COMEX) and Energies (NYMEX) located?CorrectIncorrect
Consider this script:
if PtnBaseSA(41) and HighD(0)>highD(1) then buy next bar market;
When will it enter the market?CorrectIncorrect
The purpose of the ‘stop’ orders is:CorrectIncorrect
Using ‘Miachel function’ on Crude Oil (session 18:00-17:00) in this way:
isstartofsession = _OHLCMulti5(400,1200,ohlcvalues);
if PatternNeutralFast(4,ohlcvalues) then buy next bar market;
on which session will the ‘PtnLY’ input be calculated?CorrectIncorrect
In order to code a ‘fade breakout’ on the low of the day before for a long entry I have to write:CorrectIncorrect
In order to code a reversal long entry on the Bollinger Bands I have to write:CorrectIncorrect
Feeder cattle futures is a really illiquid market, and the tick value is $12,50. What could be a good value for the slippage ‘per trade’ of the strategy?CorrectIncorrect
Among the advantages that we can find trading Futures there are:CorrectIncorrect
On which period of time is it suggested to develop energy futures?CorrectIncorrect