I am working on a mysql database where I want to store backtest results (mt4) and account history. I plan to update the backtests in the database in a recuring interval, like every week or so.
It would be a huge timesaver if there would not be the need to run a full backtest for system, to create a new mt4 report and import it into Quant Analyzer. Also I could easily compare backtest and livetrading results of a system.
Sorry, but that is excatly the opposite, of that what I want to do. I want to AVOID using MT4 Reports and retrieve the data from my database instead. Why don’t you implement a csv import/export feature with a general format? If I remember right, that even was possible in the last version of your software (EA Analyzer).
Any update on the ability to import format? I use Metastock for developing systems and backtesting – I am not comfortable with the backtesting functionality of Metatrader.
I would like to take the trade data from Metastock then import via a csv file into Quant Analyzer.
Thanks – Matt
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