I apologize if this is explained somewhere and I missed it. But I’m trying to figure out how to combine a backtest from 7 different pairs on MT4.
Would anyone know how to do this?
Looking to get a chart / data of what it would have looked like, if all 7 pairs were being traded on the same account at the same time.
Hello, you can simply load one by one and the combine them into a portfolio. You will be able to see the overall portfolio performance
Thanks, but I’m not even sure how to do that? I was following the tutorial and it was having me add via the Data Manager, but the columns were not identifying in a way that would work. Unless the method for this is different?
are you talking about trading in MT4 or what? for trading you need to put every strategy to a different window with the unique magicnumber
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I think the solution is:
1.: You should first run the 7 backtests in MT4 and save the reports >>> so you will have 7 reports.
2.: After that open Quant Analyzer
3.: Load the 7 reports
4.: Click on make portfolio (or stg like that…) >>> now you will see the performance of the 7 strategies
Sorry, forgot to attach some screenshots to show you the steps.
First you need to obtain HTML reports from MT4, then you load them into QA and combine
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Hi Tomas, is there yet a way to see the combined performance of teh strategies referencing the *account balance* rather than the *strategy balance*?
(I have been using QA to combine the statments but then need to switch to excel to do a compounded portfolio return and drawdown analysis)
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