How can i back test my strategy what software to use , and should you know programming ?
isnt there a way to do it without codingIf you're a programmer, Backtesting with Python is powerful. You can use library like backtrader.
If you're not a programmer/ light-weight coder, backtesting with TradingView Pine Script or Bar Replay function is also fine.
where can i find a realistic , back testing platform?Backtesting is of very limited use in my view. If you wish to make use of it then at all costs avoid any type of optimisation. Your theories as to why trades may be profitable should work in a raw format without any manipulation. There are countless systems out there that appear profitable precisely because the creator of them optimised the inputs to give an appeared high level of profit. When they then run them in real time scenarios with real money they always lose over an extended time frame.
i am using tv , but isnt this a manual method , are there pre made code that you can run with your desired parameters
From what I know, I don't think there is such function pre-built by TV.i am using tv , but isnt this a manual method , are there pre made code that you can run with your desired parameters
Ninjatrader is free for backtesting, etc. Coding is not required; and depending upon the complexity of your strategy, may not be needed.How can i back test my strategy what software to use , and should you know programming ?
ok thanksNinjatrader is free for backtesting, etc. Coding is not required; and depending upon the complexity of your strategy, may not be needed.
Motivewave is now free too, for backtesting, etc. I have no experience with this software.
Tradingview is limited in that it can't optimize (try different parameters automatically). You'll have to run the backtest, then manually adjust parameters, then rerun.
where can i find such peopleFrom what I know, I don't think there is such function pre-built by TV.
Some people shared their code for certain strategies on TV, but it depends on what strategy you trading. You may not find what you need.
If you don't know how to code your strategy, the only way is to hire somebody to code it for you or do it manually.
e in a market, they will avoid taking multiple positions on the same market simply because there has been a fresh buy signal, and then another and then another. In any case, eventually the account runs out of margin for new positions. Most traders are even more averse to taking additional trades in opposing directions, even if their account allows it.