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This forum is dedicated to Relative Rotation Graphs and is your resource for all your questions, suggestions and feedback. We love to hear from you. The forum has several sub-categories. The FAQ is a closed forum where you can read answers to some most Frequently Asked Questions on RRG. RRG General is the area where you can post and get answers with regard to general RRQ questions or issues. RRG on partner systems is where you will find and can ask any questions specifically geared towards the implementations of RRG by our partners
  1. Julius de Kempenaer
  2. Optuma
  3. Thursday, 10 October 2013
Until now the underlying model and algorithms for Relative Rotation Graphs have been set at one default value. Although we feel that this default setting still makes a lot of sense we noticed that there were a number of people who were looking for shorter (=faster) or longer(=slower) trends/rotations. We spent a lot of time researching this issue as we found out that it was not simply opening up a number of parameters to users and everything would be fine. As a matter of fact the relationships between the parameters have been proven to be key to the proper functioning of RRGs. The result is that we came up with ONE parameter which is called SENSITIVITY. It has 7 positions with the middle one (4) being the default value as you have seen it until now. The lower values make the rotation more sensitive while the higher values make rotation less sensitive.
This new addition to the RRG-toolbox in MA makes it easier for users to adapt RRGs to their investment process and adapt them into their workflow.
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