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psheridan050
52 posts
msg #52102
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6/9/2007 10:43:18 AM

Anyone out there use the download function within backtests to analyze their trade data? If so, in what ways do you use Excel to analyze your trades? Iím looking for ideas or just general discussion on analyzing trade data to better tune my filters. Also, any type of advice in this area would be greatly appreciated (books to read, formulas in Excel to use, etc).

wantonellis
102 posts
msg #52104
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6/9/2007 11:54:12 AM



psheridan050
52 posts
msg #52144
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6/11/2007 12:29:07 PM

Thanks for the info!


guru_trader
485 posts
msg #52174
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modified
6/12/2007 1:20:38 AM

Here are some very useful Microsoft Excel Add-ins / Add-ons / Plug-ins to help you analyze ...

http://www.qmatix.com/XLQ.htm

http://www.analyzerxl.com/



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