Discussion in 'Automated Trading' started by sun170, Oct 30, 2006.

  1. sun170


    Is there any software out there that a non-programmer can use to backtest some ideas. I was interested in tradestation, but it seems that you can only run it through specific stocks and portfolios. I need something that can go through the entire market (Nasdaq and NYSE) . ive looked through previous posts, but could not find the info i was looking for.
  2. Please let me know when you find one. All of them require programming at some level
    2. amibroker
    3. tradestation
    4. AIG

    I am sure I missed a few.
  3. elit


    Wealth-lab has some "wizard" for non-programmers.

    Otherwise I recommend Amibroker, if you'd find time to learn to program it.
  4. Rong


    I like Amibroker also but will never be able to do the programming ,Iam going to look at Metastock tonight
  5. lindq


    Investor RT.
  6. Can you really backtest without programming code? Or are you going to tell me it's easy like easy language?:p
  7. RightEdge will let you backtest with no programming at all. I recommend checking out the Drag and Drop demo video on the site. In the current beta you do need to do a little bit of programming, but beta 3 will be out soon and will require no programming at all.
  8. Thanks I will take a peek.
  9. Rong


    Thanks guys I also will check it out
    #10     Oct 31, 2006