Topic: what does this mean

I don't see this all the time, just some of the time.  Actually it seems to be very accurate because that's usually how it looks for me haha.

Sooo, what does it mean when you see a perfect income like that, then when you fill in the OOS area it drops like a rock exactly from that point?

Does it mean it was over optimized?

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Re: what does this mean

This is a perfect example of overoptimization (curve-fitting).

It means the strategy takes advantage of particular movements of the market for the "training" period. However, the strategy cannot utilize such cases for the "trading" period.

Curve-fitting happens when we use the Optimizer, or leave the Generator to work a long time. Using generated Take Profit also contributes to curve-fitting.