Currency Backtesting in Excel
  • Currency Backtesting in Excel
Originally published: 18/11/2020 09:32
Publication number: ELQ-53204-1
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Currency Backtesting in Excel

Currency Backtesting for more than 60 currency pairs for 20 years

Description
This Excel Sheets enables you to do a fully backtesting for all currency-deviations after different economic-events for the past 20 events. For every event you can see the currency-changes after different time periods (1 minute, over 1 hour to 24 hours).

You can filter the events by all possible information:
- Date / Time
- Country
- Relevance of the event (1 to 3)
- Expectations Before / Expectation Forecast / Actual Result
- Differences (between Actual / Forecast and Actual / Before)
- Deviations after every timeperiod between 1 minute and 24 hours

Core facts of the FULL version:
(you can buy it here on the Eloquens)
- Over 260.000 economic events from the last 20 years
- Most of them with change estimation (before / forecast / actual)
- 66 currency pairs from all over the world
- Also included Gold / Silver / Oil historic prices
- Daily to the minute historic prices for up to 20 years
- Price changes after different periodes after the event
(1min, 2min, 3min, 4min, 5min, 10min, 15min, 20min, 30min, 60min, 3h, - 6h, 24h)
- Deviations in Pips (smallest amount by which a currency quote can change (4th decimal place)
- Filtering for all columns with Pips-Sumary per periode
- Free Version to Try out (full functionality – but only for actual year)
- Currencies covered: USD, EUR, GBP, CAD, JPY, XAU, AUD, NZD, CHF, CZK, SEK, HUF, PLN, TRY, DKK, NOK, GRX, BCO, MXN, NSX, - SGD, SPX, UDX, WTI, XAG, ZAR, UKX

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