Step 1: Enter the tickers you would like to be in your portfolio, one per line.Step 2: Enter the weightings in % for the corresponding fund ticker entered in Step 1.Step 3: Select a start and end date for the simulation.Step 4: Select the length of the Absolute Momentum Filter you would like applied to each fund in the portfolio.Step 5: The Absolute Momentum will trigger a move to the cash fund when the performance of a stock is less than the fund selected in the absolute momentum section (treasury bill rate).
Results show the equity curve and statistics for the entered portfolio being rebalanced Yearly, Quarterly, Monthly, and for no rebalancing (Buy and Hold).
Select exchange here, then enter tickers normally. Ex. VCN should be entered for Vangaurd FTSE Canada All Cap fund.
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These Portfolios are examples only, and should not be considered recommendations or investment advise.
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Absolute momentum is an asset excess return , which is calculated by taken the return of the asset for a giving period of time LESS the Treasury bill rate. Select the length for the absolute momentum, then select the desired fund for the treasury bill rate.
How often the backtester checks the moving average conditions & rebalances portfolio.
Note: Please save all settings before exiting or reloading this page. You may use the download settings button at the bottom of the page, settings are also recorded in the downloadable report.
If you would like to save your settings copy the below URL, and bookmark it. When you would like to resume, visit this bookmark and settings will be filled in automatically.
Monte Carlo Simulation
Runs a Monte Carlo Simulation based on backtest results. Backtest Results give a value for expected return % (CAGR), and volatility %. Using these two numbers the Monte Carlo calculates future expected returns. Since the values used to calculate are based on backtest results the model is only accurate if the backtest is an accurate representation of the future.
These values are used in the simulation to determine expected future performance, thus the Monte Carlo is only as accurate as these numbers are accurate.
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