Backtest ETF Strategies
Backtesting tools are organized into groups and ordered by complexity, with simpler backtests appearing at the top of each group. Newer users are advised to start with simpler backtests before going on to use more sophisticated versions.
Test various portfolio allocation combinations. See how rebalancing rules have performed.
Compare the peformance of two different allocation combinations
Test a strategy based on the relative performance of a Risk-On and Risk-Off ETF
Backtest investing in the ratio security from each of multiple different MA lengths
Backtest ratio moving average strategies on your portfolios
Examine the Ratio MA history for each ETF in your portfolio
Create and test a balanced strategy using ratios on 2 separate portfolios
Backtest using regime change to switch between different portfolio allocations
Backtest employing relative strength rotation with a regime switch
Test strategies that combine core positions with portfolio regime switching Pro Subscription
Combine core holdings with a regime based relative strength tactical satellite Pro Subscription
Test moving average strategies on your chosen ETF. Use a single MA or 2 MA crossover.
SMA or EMA. Free!
Test daily or monthly moving average timing strategies on your portfolios
View the MA strategy history for each ETF in your portfolio
See the results of rotating into the highest Relative Strength ETF over time.
Backtest investing in the top (or bottom) ranked ETF(s) from each of multiple RS lookback periods.
Test the performance of investing in your portfolio's top (or bottom) relative strength ETFs
Backtest up to 100 ETFs across multiple portfolio lists -- test long or short; top
Backtest a two stage relative strength process
Import a list of ETF trades and backtest their performance
Forward test environment; convert backtesting and research into portfolios and share them with fellow subscribers
Test a percentile channel trend following strategy on your chosen ETF Free!
Backtest daily, weekly or monthly channel strategies on your portfolios.
Observe the channel strategy history for each ETF in your portfolio
Parallel Relative Strength
Test simultaneously buying the top (or bottom) ETFs from up to 3 separate portfolios
Advanced Relative Strength with 4 portfolios & fee deduction options
Diversify strategies by combining rebalanced core holdings with tactical relative
Mean Reversion Trading
Backtest investing in the underperformer of two highly related securities and holding it until it outperforms.