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Top metatrader backtesting software in 2023 | by Nasdaq Trading Strategy | Coinmonks | Dec, 2022

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  • Standard Metatrader charts: M1, M5, M15, M30, H1, H4, Daily, Weekly and Monthly
  • Custom timeframes: M2, M10, H2, H3, 2 days, …
  • Second charts: 30 sec, 45 sec, …
  • Renko charts
  • Range charts
  • Tick charts
  • GMT — all charts are based on Greenwich Mean Time (UTC+0)
  • New York Close — all charts are aligned with New York trading session close
  • Ticks per second — ticks are uniformly distributed in time, for example 2 ticks per second or 10 ticks per second.
  • Real-time — ticks are distributed in the same way as they were distributed in real life. Of course, you can also speed it up, just like a video recording.
  • Hitting SL or TP
  • Execution of pending order
  • Reaching a defined price level
  • Stop Loss and Take Profit
  • Trailing stop
  • Automatic break-even
  • One-cancels-other (OCO) rule for pending orders
  • Balance/Equity graph
  • Profit/Loss
  • Absolute, relative and maximum drawdown
  • Maximum, minimum and average spread
  • Profit factor
  • Expected profit
  • Largest winning and losing trades
  • Longest/Largest winning streak
  • Longest/Largest losing streak
  • Ctrl + Space — Pause/Play
  • Ctrl + Up Arrow — Increase speed
  • Ctrl + Down Arrow — Decrease speed
  • Ctrl + Right Arrow — Next bar
  • Ctrl + Left Arrow — Previous bar
  • Ctrl + B — Buy
  • Ctrl + S — Sell
  • Ctrl + C — Close last trade
  • Ctrl + A — Close all trade

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