Backtesting

Blogs

In this article I want to show how misleading a peak-ahead failure can be on a trading system.

I was working on a countertrend system and the backtesting results showed that it picked up some nice trades, but when the trend was getting too... more

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Quite some while ago I showed, in a very simple way, how to overlay 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 data in one chart. I created two very simple code snippets to accomplish that.

This time, I want to create a moving average that is also a... more

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A couple of months ago we looked into CQG's built-in Divergence Index and how to use it.

Following up on this topic, I want to show a much simpler approach using the Formula Toolbox.

A divergence is when an indicator (here... more

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One of the theories behind Market Profile®* is the opening trading range. This is the high and the low from the first hour of trading. We want to create a trading system around that and use the Super Template to save a lot of time.

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In this article we take a look at two examples where trades are placed on or around significant lines. The first idea is to change the classic daily pivot lines into intraday pivot lines and trade on them.

This is the classic pivot... more

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Recently, we had a request to show, in real time, how many contracts are available on the buy and sell side in the order book. This can be accomplished with a very simple study: DOM Ask Volume (DomAskVo) (and DomBidVo for Dom Bid Volume).

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In this article, we will review a CQG indicator that has been available for many years and is still very relevant. It is possible to find divergence using the CQG formula toolbox, but it usually results in quite complicated and longwinded studies... more

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CQG's Formula Builder Toolbox gives you the ability to use parameters (variables) inside your CQG code in order to control studies, conditions, and trade systems externally without the need to edit the code anytime you want to change something.... more

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In this article we will look into different ways to use an event to set up a trading opportunity. We will review the differences between BarsSince, Happenedwithin, and Set/Reset.

The first example is very simple. We want to buy the... more

Events

Take your trading skills to the next level with CQG Product Specialist Helmut Mueller.Building upon his extensive experience, Mueller presents a thorough explanation of the advanced tools available in CQG Integrated Client. He shows you how to:... more