Why do you need Quant Analyzer?
It is very simple. Detailed knowledge = Possibility to improve.
Quant Analyzer allows you to analyze
your trading and let you improve it
Just a few examples:
Trading just a few strategies?
Verifying a new EA?
- Review each strategy and find out if it can be improved - for example by not trading on special days using What If scenarios
- Find the best position sizing method using Money Management Simulator
Choosing between many strategies?
- Use Monte Carlo on strategy backtest to find out if the strategy will survive in real world
Flexibility and Extendability
One of the best features of Quant Analyzer is its total extendability
. Just like you can add a new custom indicator to your favorite trading platform,
you can add new feature into Quant Analyzer by making a simple code snippet.
Do you want it to compute new statistical value not included in the program? You can add it.
Do you want to create new column in the table or new field in the results overview? It is possible.
Do you want to create a new What-If case or new Money Management method? You can do it.
Even if you are not proficient in programing, there is nothing restricting you from asking somebody to do it for you.
Learn more about Extendability
Build optimal portfolios using a Portfolio Master
Let's say you have 20 different strategies, but your account size or sector/symbol diversification approach allows you to trade only 5 of them.
So you have to choose which 5 of these 20 strategies to trade - in other words how to build an optimal portofolio of 5 strategies from the 20 that are available.
Portfolio Master can do that for you, and more - it supports filtering by:
- correlation - so that portfolio doesn't contain strategies that are too correlated
- sectors - so that portfolio doesn't contain too many strategies from the same sector or symbol
Learn more about Portfolio Master
Run Monte Carlo tests of your strategies
Monte Carlo analysis (or simulation) is a powerful technique that can help you verify the strategy backtest
- if the strategy is really working or if the backtest results
were achieved by luck or curve fitting
Learn more about Monte Carlo
Have you ever wondered how to improve your trading results? What if you avoid trading on a particular days of week
Or how would your trading results look like if you'd somehow missed the 10 most profitable trades
This and much more is exactly what you can simulate using the What If scenarios - they offer a flexible way to work with your trading results and filter out some of the trades using different "scenarios" of what could happen.
Learn more about What-If scenarios
Find the best position sizing model
Money Management Simulation feature in Quant Analyzer allows you to simulate trading your strategy with different money management (position sizing) models.
For example, compare the trading results by using fixed lots or risk % of account with different risk options.