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abelduarte
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9/25/2013 6:42:14 PM

How does the backtesting calculate return on investment ? I seem to be getting 50% for one strategy but yet the simulated portfolio of 100,000 shows around 93,000... how is it possible to have an annualized ROI of above 50% and yet lose value in the portfolio ?

How is that ROI calculated ?

Thanks

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