Tesseract Research was founded by seasoned traders Dr. John Papadakis. John is a nuclear physicist and creator of the ‘Tesseract Model’, which applies principals of statistics to generate high probability outcomes for particular instruments.
The Model is a proprietary analytical tool developed by Dr Papadakis to assign probabilistic values to certain outcomes in markets. The highest probability outcomes then become ‘model targets’. It is important to note that the model gives price targets, but it does not provide timeline to targets. Timing of position entries and exits will typically come from other analytical factors at the traders discretion.
When the Model determines a high probability outcome level for any given market, that level becomes a ‘locked target’.
A core position is a longer term position usually built over multiple entrys (of 1/3 position size at a time), with a target objective of several hundred points. Core positions can last for weeks at a time, as opposed to day trades which usually last a few hours only. As entries and exits on all trades are driven by the Model’s targets, day trades may last more than a day on occasion, depending on how soon targets are hit.
A hard stop is a fixed price at which the position will close. A daily close stop is a stop loss dependent on the closing daily price for the instrument, usually 9pm GMT.
Tesseract Research provides the output from the Model. It is up to individual members to determine how to use these outputs. Tesseract Research and it’s traders provide a forum for discussion but they cannot provide instructions and advice on trading. Dr Papadakis and his team are more than happy to discuss their own views on opinion on their trading, but that should never be taken as formal advice. Subscribers remain responsible for their own trading and performance.
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