The fundamental goal of trading is to maximize risk-adjusted return. When developing strategies, we will simulate trading performance in an attempt to maximize risk-adjusted return in simulation. There are many ways to measure risk-adjusted return. They involve examining the shape of the equity curve and the return series.
Trading Cost Sharpe Ratio Return Series Adjustment Period Maximum Drawdown
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