I am testing my EA and, with my broker's history quotes, I get a quality of about 57% on XAUUSD H1.
Surfing the net I have discovered a program called Tickstory that seems good to achieve a 99% modelling quality.
I have two questions:
If your EA trades on bar open, I suspect you won't see much difference on your backtest entries. I guess the difference will come on how it manages your trades e.g. if the smallest timeframe candle available hits both your SL and TP, which came first?
I used Tickstory a lot back when it was free (I gather you now have to pay for it). I thought it was a good product considering it was free. No idea what it's like now.
Hi honest_knave, thanks for your reply.
It is exactly what I thought. I have a lot of knowledge and work experience with financial modelling but I am not so deep with MT4's goodness parameters calculation so I was a bit confused about. Anyway I figured it out that it should not have too much difference because of my EA's structure.
Around the web a lot of people have very positive opinions about this software, maybe it is worth the price.
Thanks again :)
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