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2020-02-09 15:19:56

is there any previous topic that was discussing walk forward feature and its usage within quantshare?
Something like super simple case study of how it is supposed to be used and actual examples?

Much appreciated,

2020-02-10 11:33:53



You are right, there isn't much information about it here.
We will write a blog post about this.

You can learn more about walk forward testing here:

Thank you.

2020-02-11 01:43:00


thanks, looking forward to it

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