Backtesting has been used by big companies and professional traders to improve many aspects of their trading strategies.
Better and faster way to your trading strategy validation
More that 95% of retail forex traders fail to become profitable, mainly because they do not have a strategy or do not execute it properly.
No more risky software installs, no need to download historical fx-data.
Autoplay or bar by bar steps
Quick units based market order, 1 unit min trade size
Simple fast and convenient backtesting, all major US pairs ready.
Fast switching between sessions
Run many simultaneous sessions on multiple browser tabs
Set custom trading instrument BID/ASK Spreads
Dynamic values based on market volatility
Preset stop orders distance
Take-profit and stop loss applied by single click
Create and store many named sessions
Trading different margin equity, leverage, account types and timespans
You can have only one position, at the same time for the same symbol.
Opposite positions will selloff each other according to the trading volume.
Margin will be calculated based upon the largest side of a hedged position
You can have multiple positions, at the same time for the same symbol.
Drawdown Risk Active Monitoring
Good trading strategy is the one that best suits your personality.
The best trading strategy is the one that most suits market conditions.
Finding and identifying the best markets for your trading style is very slow process.
Simulators and backtesting make trading strategy validation faster,
easier and more understandable.
Consecutive Wins (max)
Consecutive Losses (max)
Best Trade USD
Worst Trade USD
Total Traded Volume (units)
Average Trade Pips
Average Trade Volume
Average Trade Duration
Average Win Trade USD
Average Loss Trade USD
Average Buy Duration
Average Sell Duration
Trading session statistics introduce comparable clearly distinctable data-driven validation mechanism.
Supported time frames for simulated trading
Minutes time frames: 1m, 5m, 10m, 15m, 30m, 45m
Hour time frames: 1h, 2h, 3h, 4h
Daily time frames: 1D
Bars, Candles, Area, Hollow Candles, Line, Heikin Ashi
Popular candlestick chart identify trading instrument opening and closing prices, highs and lows, and overall range for selected time frame
Based on the line chart. The area between axis and line are commonly emphasized with colors, textures and hatchings.
Heikin-Ashi is a candlestick pattern technique that aims to reduce some of the market noise, creating a chart that highlights trend direction better than typical candlestick charts. The downside to Heikin-Ashi is that some price data is lost with averaging, which could affect risk.
Similar to candlestick chart an OHLC bars chart is a type of bar chart that shows open, high, low, and closing prices for each period. OHLC charts are useful since they show the four major data points over a period, with the closing price being considered the most important.
Accumulation/Distribution, Advance/Decline, Arnaud Legoux Moving Average, Aroon, Average True Range, Awesome Oscillator, Balance of Power, Bollinger Bands, Bollinger Bands %B, Bollinger Bands Width, Chaikin Money Flow, Chaikin Oscillator, Chande Kroll Stop, Chande Momentum Oscillator, Choppiness Index, Commodity Channel Index, Coppock Curve, Correlation Coeff, Directional Movement Index, Donchian Channels, Double Exponential Moving Average, Ease of Movement, Elders Force Index, Envelope, Hull MA, Ichimoku Cloud, Keltner Channels, Klinger Oscillator, Know Sure Thing, Least Squares Moving Average, Linear Regression Curve, MA Cross, Mass Index, Momentum, Money Flow, Moving Average, Moving Average Convergence/Divergence, Moving Average Exponential, Moving Average Weighted, Parabolic SAR, Price Oscillator, Relative Strength Index, Relative Vigor Index, Relative Volatility Index, SMI Ergodic Indicator/Oscillator, Stochastic, Stochastic RSI, TRIX, Triple EMA, True Strength Indicator, VWMA, Willams %R, Williams Alligator, Williams Fractals, Compare, Overlay, ZigZag
The Awesome Oscillator (AO) is an indicator used to measure market momentum. AO calculates the difference between a 34 Period and 5 Period Simple Moving Average. The Simple Moving Averages that are used are not calculated using closing price but rather each bar's midpoints.
Bollinger Bands are envelopes plotted at a standard deviation level above and below a simple moving average of the price. Bollinger bands help determine whether prices are high or low on a relative basis. They are used in pairs, both upper and lower bands and in conjunction with a moving average.
MACD indicator and Candles chart 1D time frame
Moving average convergence divergence (MACD) is a trend-following momentum indicator that shows the relationship between two moving averages of a security's price. The MACD is calculated by subtracting the 26-period exponential moving average (EMA) from the 12-period EMA.
Past performance is not indicative of future results