Here's my winning algo that dropped below $90K today and was stopped, per the contest rules, by Quantopian. --Grant

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Returns | 1 Month | 3 Month | 6 Month | 12 Month |

Alpha | 1 Month | 3 Month | 6 Month | 12 Month |

Beta | 1 Month | 3 Month | 6 Month | 12 Month |

Sharpe | 1 Month | 3 Month | 6 Month | 12 Month |

Sortino | 1 Month | 3 Month | 6 Month | 12 Month |

Volatility | 1 Month | 3 Month | 6 Month | 12 Month |

Max Drawdown | 1 Month | 3 Month | 6 Month | 12 Month |

import numpy as np import pandas as pd def initialize(context): context.stocks = [ sid(7792), sid(3951), sid(3496), sid(5328), sid(2190), sid(3149), sid(4922), sid(7041), sid(2119), sid(24), sid(5061), sid(26578), sid(6295), sid(3212), sid(368), sid(1900), sid(16841), sid(1637) ] context.m = len(context.stocks) context.eps = 1.0028 # change epsilon here context.b_t = np.ones(context.m) / context.m schedule_function(trade, date_rules.every_day(), time_rules.market_open(minutes=60)) def handle_data(context,data): pass def trade(context,data): prices = history(20*390,'1m','price') prices = pd.ewma(prices, span = 390).as_matrix(context.stocks) # skip bar if any orders are open for stock in context.stocks: if bool(get_open_orders(stock)): return sum_weighted_port = np.zeros(context.m) sum_weights = 0 for n in range(0,len(prices[:,0])+1): (weight,weighted_port) = get_weighted_port(data,context,prices,n) sum_weighted_port += weighted_port sum_weights += weight allocation_optimum = sum_weighted_port/sum_weights rebalance_portfolio(context, allocation_optimum) def get_weighted_port(data,context,prices,n): # update portfolio for i, stock in enumerate(context.stocks): context.b_t[i] = context.portfolio.positions[stock].amount*data[stock].price denom = np.sum(context.b_t) # test for divide-by-zero case if denom == 0.0: context.b_t = np.ones(context.m) / context.m else: context.b_t = np.divide(context.b_t,denom) x_tilde = np.zeros(context.m) b = np.zeros(context.m) # find relative moving volume weighted average price for each secuirty for i, stock in enumerate(context.stocks): mean_price = np.mean(prices[-n:,i]) x_tilde[i] = mean_price/prices[-1,i] ########################### # Inside of OLMAR (algo 2) x_bar = x_tilde.mean() # Calculate terms for lambda (lam) dot_prod = np.dot(context.b_t, x_tilde) num = context.eps - dot_prod denom = (np.linalg.norm((x_tilde-x_bar)))**2 # test for divide-by-zero case if denom == 0.0: lam = 0 # no portolio update else: lam = max(0, num/denom) b = context.b_t + lam*(x_tilde-x_bar) b_norm = simplex_projection(b) weight = np.dot(b_norm,x_tilde) return (weight,weight*b_norm) def rebalance_portfolio(context, desired_port): for i, stock in enumerate(context.stocks): order_target_percent(stock, desired_port[i]) def simplex_projection(v, b=1): """Projection vectors to the simplex domain Implemented according to the paper: Efficient projections onto the l1-ball for learning in high dimensions, John Duchi, et al. ICML 2008. Implementation Time: 2011 June 17 by [email protected] AT pmail.ntu.edu.sg Optimization Problem: min_{w}\| w - v \|_{2}^{2} s.t. sum_{i=1}^{m}=z, w_{i}\geq 0 Input: A vector v \in R^{m}, and a scalar z > 0 (default=1) Output: Projection vector w :Example: >>> proj = simplex_projection([.4 ,.3, -.4, .5]) >>> print proj array([ 0.33333333, 0.23333333, 0. , 0.43333333]) >>> print proj.sum() 1.0 Original matlab implementation: John Duchi ([email protected]) Python-port: Copyright 2012 by Thomas Wiecki ([email protected]). """ v = np.asarray(v) p = len(v) # Sort v into u in descending order v = (v > 0) * v u = np.sort(v)[::-1] sv = np.cumsum(u) rho = np.where(u > (sv - b) / np.arange(1, p+1))[0][-1] theta = np.max([0, (sv[rho] - b) / (rho+1)]) w = (v - theta) w[w<0] = 0 return w

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