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mslattery@dc.rr.com
86 posts
msg #32153
Ignore mslattery@dc.rr.com
5/22/2004 6:20:17 PM

WHen you backtest SF filters and click on "Performance." you are provided the starting date of the backtest through the most current days trading data.

Is there a table anywher that would tell you what the market did on that starting day?
What the mare had been doing.

Seem that almost any filter can look good or bad depending on what kind of animal the market was?

Also how far back does the SF database go?

Thanks,

Michael


mslattery@dc.rr.com
86 posts
msg #32154
Ignore mslattery@dc.rr.com
5/23/2004 3:12:46 AM

Well it's too late to not look stupid but here goes anyway.

The information that I was looking for can be found on the right hand side of the performance table under IXIC and DJIA.

Thanks Tom


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