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SlopeRules is taking on an increasingly important place in the world of Slope. Indeed, I have again restructured our menu so that this product can have a home (“Develop“) of its own.
An important impetus for this product is to keep it simple. Just now, I took a glance at one of our competitors, and it’s instantly clear from their tutorial that SlopeRules, young as it is, has already outstripped others in terms of straightforwardness. I mean, just look at this:
We only introduced the Optimize function in SlopeRules two days ago, but we’ve already got two important improvements. (Please read about the Optimize function here if you missed it).
First of all, we have expanded the universe of symbols from merely the 100 components of the $OEX to instead encompass all equities with any reasonable amount of volume. This includes ETFs. Today, we’ll also be incorporating indexes and futures into the optimization database. So be sure to try some experiments with your own symbols now, as they are almost certainly included.