Question about Backtesting

Discussion in 'Trading' started by Guninthewater, Mar 10, 2003.

  1. Guninthewater

    Guninthewater Guest

    Hi all,

    I have some market experience and am thinking of jumping to one of the "professional" firms out there, i.e. Bright, Andover etc.

    My question is this--Does anyone have some sort of recommedation for some sort of platform that would allow me to back test different strategies after hours. What I'm looking for is something very user friendly, but the rub is that I don't need any type of execution platform--I'm not looking to trade with this. I currently have a real job that takes up all my time during market hours, but I'd like to have something at home that I can tinker with in the evenings. thoughts???
  2. dloomis514

    dloomis514 Guest

    eSignal has a backtesting facility and a lot of users who help others get started in their forum area.
  3. TradeStation is an obvious choice
  4. gwb-trading