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What's Popular: The 10 Most Frequently Cloned Backtests Over the Last 2 Months

The following community algorithms were the 10 most frequently cloned since April 21st:

1. Long/Short Earnings Sentiment Trading Strategy by Seong Lee
2. A Simple Momentum Rotation System for Stocks by Anthony FJ Garner
3. Trend Follow Algo by Naoki Nagai
4. Zero Commission Algorithmic Trading - Robinhood & Quantopian by Seong Lee
5. Ernie Chan's EWA/EWC pair trade with Kalman filter by Aidan O'Mahoney
6. Trading VIX - Quandl Data Now In Pipeline For Backtesting And Live Trading by James Christopher
7. Quantopian Lecture Series: Long-Short Equity Algorithm by Delaney Granizo-Mackenzie
8. Long/Short Earnings Sentiment Trading Strategy by Steven Hayes
9. Long Short Pipeline Multi-Factor by James Christopher
10. JAVolS: Just Another Volatility Strategy... by Peter Bakker


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3 responses

Very cool. Thank you for the statistics! Will have to set aside some time to peruse

Jamie: Would you consider posting such a Top 10 list after every calendar month, with the number of times each algorithm was cloned in that month and cumulatively, and the shift in rank from the previous month? This could be automated.

The most recent list could also be linked from the Community menu.

Better still, please consider adding info on # of times cloned and whatever else is pertinent to the community forum page alongside the post and allow us to search by that info.