KnightML offers adaptable trading frequencies and exposures, allowing it to align with traders' preferred styles and risk tolerance levels. This flexibility lets traders adjust their trading frequency and exposure according to their unique trading systems.

Signal Interpretation:

Long Signal: When KnightML issues a "long" signal, it suggests the opportunity for traders to open long positions. However, traders are not required to commit their entire position immediately. Future signals may either strengthen or modify the initial signal's implication.

Short Signal: Upon a "short" signal, traders are presented with the choice to completely close existing “long” positions and may opt to initiate multiple short positions based on the signal's guidance.

This structure ensures traders can make informed decisions that best suit their strategic approach and market outlook.


Following the initial "long" signal, traders have the flexibility to open positions in accordance with their risk preferences. Subsequently, traders may encounter more "long" signals. In live trading scenarios, traders can selectively execute trades based on their trading systems, considering both or either of the subsequent signals.

Upon the emergence of a "short" signal, traders have the option to fully close their existing positions and execute the new short signals.

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