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Stephen Brown
2017-07-14 16:38:32

I was curious if it is possible to have a simulation run multiple times without having to go back and do it every single time. For example, I was wondering if i could get monthly data for a simulation over a 5 year period without having to edit the start and stop date over and over again to get that data. Also, I would like to run the simulation for a handful of tickers based upon the same strategy to see which one performs better than the others.
Any thoughts or ideas would be appreciated.

2017-07-15 07:22:09


Best Answer
You should optimize your strategy for that and use the "Optimize" button.

Stephen Brown
2017-07-21 12:17:41


thank you so much that was exactly what i was looking for.

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