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It will be a very useful tool but most of my algos rely on out of hours data so really need it on IG/PRT.

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Hi  

 

I have received confirmation from  IT finance that the walk forward testing feature will form part of the new update scheduled to be released this week.

 

I do not have an exact date unfortunately and everyone might not receive it at the same time as it is normally deployed on a region by region basis. But the good news is that it will form part of our IG ProRealTime version

 

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Anton

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Hi  and 

 

I am happy to inform you that walk forward testing is available on our 10.3 version of ProRealTime now, I hope you find it useful but if you have any ideas then feel free to let us know so we can send IT finance some feedback.

 

Thanks

Anton

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