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Linear Regression Slope: Sensitivity Test Oxford Capital Strategies Ltd: http://www.oxfordstrat.com Trading Strategy: http://www.oxfordstrat.com/trading-strategies/linear-regression Commission & Slippage: $0 Figure 1.1 Profit Factor.
Figure 1.2 Sharpe Ratio.
Figure 1.3 Ulcer Performance Index.
Figure 1.4 Compound Annual Growth Rate.
Figure 1.5 Maximum Drawdown.
Figure 1.6 Percent Profitable Trades.
Figure 1.7 Average Win/Average Loss Ratio.
Figure 1.8 Equity ($): Sensitivity Test.
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