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Index One allows users to generate backtests on customized baskets and index strategies in a matter of seconds, with the possibility to share backtest results externally and within teams, including the ability to view detailed stats on the backtest, including:

- performance
- volatility
- risk/return metrics
- turnover
- performance contribution
- portfolio concentration
- and more...

Key Features

Index One allows advisors to backtest index strategies or defined baskets on up to 15-years of curated data. Advisors can tweak index parameters based on detailed data on index constitution, risk, performance, and exposure.

Key Benefits

  1. Historical Performance Evaluation: Backtesting with Index One allows you to assess the historical performance of an investment strategy by applying it to past market data. Clients can compare the strategy's performance against the overall market performance, providing insights into how the strategy would have performed in different market conditions and helps in assessing its potential effectiveness.

  2. Strategy Refinement: Index One provides a backtesting platform for refining and improving an investment strategy. By analyzing the strategy's performance over different time periods, market conditions, and economic cycles, clients can identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement. This iterative process of refinement can lead to the development of more robust and effective investment strategies.
  3. Validation and Backward Compatibility: Backtesting with an index allows you to validate the performance of a strategy against a widely recognized market benchmark. This validation is particularly important when assessing the performance of newly developed strategies or comparing different strategies. Additionally, backtesting with an index allows you to assess the backward compatibility of a strategy by applying it to historical data and verifying its performance over an extended period.


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