Investors can now enter the elements of their investment strategies into a computer program, which calculates what the strategy has yielded, and how it compares to the performance of alternate strategies and major market indices. Results are reported in tabular and graphical form.
Automated Investor employs live data feeds and
historical databases from every stock over the past five
years to generate results. Based on any strategy input, the
program will select which stocks, or financial instruments
to trade. Investors can refine their strategies by repeated
testing of different variations.
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