A system used to test a Trading Strategy in which a specially designed computer program is used to examine the success of a Series of hypothetical trades after the fact. Backtesting programs apply user-defined entry and exit criteria to historical data and execute simulated trades from which detailed profit and loss statistics are generated.
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