complex options backtesting strategy automatically with future courses coming soon

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complex options backtesting strategy automatically with future courses coming soon


Two queries from newsletter subscribers

Hi Bryan,

Do you have any course module for backtesting any complex option strategies automatedly ?

If you have, please advise.

What I really need is to backtest my complex option trading strategy (more than 4 legs at a time).

 I have backtested manually for the last 5 years, and it proves has a decent return every year. Now, i want to automate the backtest. Since it needs a lot of time to bt option strategy manually.

But since you offer me, futures and option course, do you have backtested the strategy for the last 5 to 10 years and has high performance every year and high sharpe ratio ?

If you have please advise.

Try for backtesting in Python

I would like to join the quant course.

How do I go about doing it?

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