YaMasuta V7

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How YaMasuta Works

  • YaMasuta Strategy

    YaMasuta is an educational and training platform for traders of all levels to test their trading strategies and analytics. All traders and fund managers in the world measure their performance against SP500 and therefore, traders can test YaMasuta against SP500. YaMasuta has an average signal accuracy of 80% on all tickers. Check YaMasuta Current SP500 signal Accuracy Here
  • YaMasuta Signal Detection Technology

    YaMasuta is highly advanced state of the art new signal detection algorithmic Robot that uses market data to analyze the tickers of the largest 57 market exchanges in 33 countries every day after market close. YaMasuta takes several hours to perform its analytic processing after market closes. YaMasuta depends on complex artificial intelligence in detecting its signal using complex mathematical models. YaMasuta is the first in the world of robotic trading signals to compute what YaMasuta refers to as Bull Power and Bear Power.
  • YaMasuta complexity is beyond this simple explanation as it weighs over 120 different factors to make its decision so this explanation should be viewed as simple guide to how YaMasuta makes decision and not as a definite guide of how signals are being detected by YaMasuta.
  • YaMasuta Signal Accuracy

    YaMasuta signal accuracy as can be seen on the home page and many other pages is representative of how accurate YaMasuta is. Looking at the home page of YaMasuta, YaMasuta displays country positions of Long and Shorts per country and their signal accuracy. The signal accuracy on the level of country or index such as Nasdaq100 or SP500 is calculated as follows:
    Signal Accuracy = 100 * Positions with Signal Profit > 0 / Total Positions Count
    The example below taken from Nasdaq100 reports 93% signal accuracy on all of the components of Nasdaq100. This means that YaMasuta made the wrong decision on 13 out of the 100 tickers of the Nasdaq100 as reported on that particular day. The signal accuracy fluctuates daily based on YaMasuta performance. YaMasuta accuracy on all positions averages around 80% with fluctuation up and down by 5% depending on market gyration and condition. Signal Accuracy is calculated on the country level, the sector level and the index level. The accuracy of the signal does not reflect in any way an accuracy on an individual ticker as this can be 100% right or a 100% wrong.
  • The consistent Battle of Bulls & Bears icon| icon

    Bulls and Bears are in a tug of war in every ticker driven by many factors such as fundamentals, news, market condition, phycology of investors and traders, and many other factors. If the bulls have more energy and power than the Bears then they will win the fight and take the ticker higher and if they lose then the Bears win and take the ticker lower. YaMasuta tries to take the side of the more powerful force by computing the power of the Bulls and the power of the Bears. These powers are displayed on YaMasuta web application everywhere so traders can see the inner force behind the Bulls and the Bears.
  • The following Chart illustrates the power oscillation of the Bulls and Bears as indicated the Green and Red splines. Notice how the Bulls and Bears always fighting to gain control by observing the oscillations of the powers.
  • Once the Bull power started to cross the Bear power or vice versa then YaMasuta starts to confirm if one side is going to gain control. For example, as one can see in the chart below, YaMasuta made a decision to go SHORT once the Bears won the tug of war and got control through their power.
  • The cross point is the most interesting to YaMasuta as one side being the Bulls or the Bears is trying to gain control and dominates the other side. As one can see from the focused chart below that the Bears managed to gain power to cross the power of the Bulls and maintain this power for a few trading sessions. Once the Bears got control they maintained it and they stayed in control as can be seen in the first chart above.
  • The Three Sessions Rule

    If one observes the chart above, one can see that the Bulls will try to take control but they failed each time they tries because they could maintained their hold of power for a few sessions. YaMasuta maintains its position LONG/SHORT respectively as long as the either Bulls are in control using their power or the Bears. The cross and the maintaining of power above 80% on the average after the cross must hold for 3 sessions. Look below in the case of LUV:US how the Bulls managed first to cross the Bears to upside and then they maintained their hold on power. From that cross, they kept their control for a long time as can be seen from the chart. The Bears tried many times to take reverse the hold of power but they failed every time after each cross attempt even though they held it for a day after the attempted cross. Even if the Bulls crosses the Bear or the Bears crosses the Bulls to the upside on the power chart, if they cannot hold their power for a few sessions then YaMasuta does not change its signal.
  • The Three Sessions Rule - LONG Example

  • The Three Sessions Rule - SHORT Example

  • Possible Powerful Moves

    If the Bears or the Bulls managed to cross their power to the upside and hold for more than three sessions above 90% average then there is a possibility of a strong move in the direction of the winner. In the case of GDX below, one can see that once the Bears crossed their power to the upside and held it for 5 sessions, then a powerful move the downside came right after. The more sessions one side holds the power above 90% average the better chance of a move in the direction of the holder of power. in the example of GDX below, the Bears Held their grip on power for 5 Sessions so the move was very powerful
  • Possible Powerful Moves - SHORT Example

  • Major Crossing

    In some cases the Bulls or the Bears cross to the upside with maximum power of 100% then YaMasuta could take a Long or Short position respectively immediately after the cross as shown the figure below of NEM:US. This is called Major Crossing signals and they could be very powerful. One can see the following chart how the Bulls managed to cross the Bears and maintain their power for a few sessions and then ended up in a long Bull Run.
  • Major Crossing - LONG Example

  • After Major Crossing - LONG RUN Example

  • Additional educational materials and examples of how YaMasuta works are added regularly.