OTCS and WealthEnjoy are co-organisers for this Webinar
How To Backtest & Refine Options Strategies In A Few Clicks – OptionOmega
- Are your options strategies working well?
- Do you want to backtest & refine your options strategies in just a few clicks?
Although past performance does not guarantee future performance, if a strategy doesn’t work well in the past, do you have the confidence to trade it moving forward?
Not all back testers are created equal. OptionOmega is a powerful backtesting tool that allows users to historically test their options strategies fast without coding.
- Unlike most testers available to retail traders, OptionOmega’s backtester uses 5 minute market data for more accurate backtesting than the end-of-day data.
In this Webinar, we’ve specially invited the co-founders of OptionOmega, Troy and Rusty, to share with us:
- Pitfalls of option backtesting using end of day data.
- How to easily back test options strategies using OptionOmega.
- How to refine options strategies in a few clicks.
- Showcase several SPX/SPY options strategies that exhibit good potential from their back tests.
Troy and Rusty are experienced options traders who are also software developers. They created a simple to use, yet advanced, options backtesting tool for themselves, and then made it available to all retail traders as OptionOmega.
- Come learn from Troy and Rusty to take your options trading confidence and strategies to a higher level.
There will be a Q&A segment for you to ask questions.
All are welcome!
- Free for OTCS members
- Free for Public/Non-members too! (So invite your friends!)
(Share this Webinar with a friend or two, but kindly get them to register too.)
- Date: 19 May 2022 (Thu)
- 8pm – 10pm Singapore time (Webinar room opens 7.55pm Singapore time)
- 8am – 10am US Eastern Time (Webinar room opens 7.55am US Eastern Time)
- Venue: Webinar. Access from any connected devices. Nothing to install.
- Please update your desktop/mobile browser to latest version (e.g. Chrome)
- Registration is compulsory as Webinar capacity is limited.