Feature - Money Management Simulation

Quant Analyzer was developed to be completely extendable using plugins and code snippets.

Extendability means that you can extend the existing functionality of Quant Analyzer by creating your own formulas, methods, values, which will implement for example new statistical value, new money management method or new Monte Carlo test.

Extendability also means that all the current formulas and methods are available with full source code in the embedded QuantEditor, so you can see how they are implemented and copy or modify them in your own code snippets.

The list of things that can be added / modified in Quant Analyzer:
  • Computed statistical values like Sharpe Ratio, Calmar ratio, CAGR, etc.
  • Fields and columns in databank table and strategy overview
  • Report formats
  • Monte Carlo tests
  • Equity Control functions
  • Money Management methods
  • What-If scenarios
  • Trade analysis charts

Read more in our documentation: Getting started extending the platform

Few examples of extending the program with snippets

Add new statistical value
adding new custom statistical value called V Ratio, displaying it in databank and Overview panel

Create a new What-If function
adding new What-If function that filters out every second trade

Add new Monte Carlo column
adding new column (value) computed for Monte Carlo simulation

Feature - Money Management Simulation
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