TheCyclist posted: What is a forward test? Are you running on future data? If you are I'd like copy please, next 5 years data be fine, thanks. Otherwise it's called a test.
Well, a forward test is run on data which has not been used to calibrate the model/EA as opposed to a backtest, which is run on past data, which also might have been used to design and calibrate the EA. Just look around myfxbook, it's full of forward and backtests, and you'll be able to figure out the difference - hopefully.
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