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Using back-testing to test a methodology for buying and selling stocks has several limitations. Back-tested results, being based on the market in the past, are unrelated to what the market may do in the future. Depending on market factors, there may be wide differences between the results modeled in this chart and the results actually achieved by the model’s use. In addition, there is no financial risk involved in the construction of back-tested portfolios. The ability to withstand losses or to adhere to a trading program in spite of losses are material points which can negatively affect actual trading results. Back-tested models are prepared with the benefits of hindsight, which limits how well they can model real stock trading. These and other factors related to the markets or to the implementation of any trading program cannot be fully accounted for in the preparation of back-tested performance results and may therefore affect actual trading results adversely.
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