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ssmike123
9 posts
msg #34523
Ignore ssmike123
12/26/2004 1:27:29 PM

If I want to see the result of my back testing within a certain time frame, for example from Dec/12/04 to Dec/20/04, and not up to today how do I write that statement?


Shawn


cegis
235 posts
msg #34548
Ignore cegis
12/27/2004 12:04:27 PM

I wrote this up a while back, in a thread entitled "Technique: Calc your own returns - for any period". Search the forums for "cegis technique" and it'll be there.

HTH,

C


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