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General Discussion ·  When I organize any filters I move I lose.
evo34
msg #117585
1/1/2014 9:28:13 PM

I have had the same issue. There are some serious bugs with the way SF stores filters as ordered numbers. Deleting or re-ordering will wreak havoc with backtests. I alerted SF to this about a year ago.

Filter Exchange · $volume
evo34
msg #78211
8/29/2009 5:24:50 AM

I have the same question the OP had. How can I check for average dollar volume in a filter? The mentioned solutions simply multiply avg. volume (in shares/day) by the most recent close price. This is only accurate if the stock price has not moved much during the period. I.e., for trending stocks, this number will not be very accurate at all. For now, I use average volume (30)*MA(30), but that is still a pretty rough estimate. StockFetcher should add Average Dollar Volume(days) as a variable. It's one of the most fundamental criteria to look at when evaluating whether a stock is worth trading.

General Discussion · Anyone having problems today?
evo34
msg #133124
12/8/2016 10:08:35 AM

All of my ~35 filters are returning "NaN" -- even a new one I just created as a test.

General Discussion · Backtest variables
evo34
msg #103315
11/12/2011 4:32:14 PM

When backtesting, if you specify a certain market cap or level of institutional ownership, will the backtest use the value of those variables at the point in time of the test (say, January 2005) or will it use today's values?

General Discussion · Backtest variables
evo34
msg #103658
12/7/2011 4:52:58 AM

Does anyone know this?

General Discussion · BACKTESTING ALTERNATIVES?
evo34
msg #126673
1/10/2016 1:39:35 PM

FYI -- http://paststat.com/

General Discussion · Backtesting exits question
evo34
msg #115175
9/1/2013 7:35:13 AM

Is it possible to create a backtest exit like the following:

If exit test is satisfied on today's close, exit the position at next open, only if next open price >= today's close. So if a stock closed at $8.00 and triggered my exit, the backtest would exit the position if the next day's open was $8.00 or higher. If not, position would be kept.

Thanks.

Backtesting Support · Backtesting more than 2 years...
evo34
msg #77763
8/21/2009 1:31:49 AM

I have asked for this multiple times. It makes no sense to limit paying subscribers. The max time period should be at least five years.

General Discussion · Backtesting Software
evo34
msg #125517
10/9/2015 6:01:03 PM

Profitspi is very similar, though the interface is a bit lacking in my opinion. Also, portfolio123.com.

General Discussion · Backtesting tool provider
evo34
msg #124621
8/6/2015 7:18:31 PM

There are a ton. Stratasearch, Quantshare, Profitspi, Amibroker to name a few.

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