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Congratulations, Vladimir!

Congratulations, Vladimir!

You have reached the level of 100,000 backtests.

4153 algorithms
100430 backtests
992 posts

4 responses

@Vladimir yes CONGRATULATIONS! That's a lot of coding! I have about 20,000 but that includes many support related tests. Yours is probably a record.

So, the question is... after all those backtest what have you learned? Care to share any insights?


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Yes...nice work, and always crisp , compact algos...thank you!

Congrats and thanks for your contributions!


Awesome Vladimir! +1 Alan as I always enjoy Vladimir's compact and efficient posts!