Please look at the attached screenshot, it's in the "Builder". There you can see 2 strategies (red circles), sorted by "Fitness" where one of them is ranked higher than the other, although the second one has better values for ALL of my 3 Weighted Fitness criteria - Stability, Ret/Open DD, Stagnation. It hence makes no sense that the first strategy has a higher fitness value if all 3 criteria are actually better in the second strategy.
Interestingly, when moving both strategies to the Retester with the exact same settings and running a
new backtest there with the same ranking criteria, it´s sorted the other way around (correctly).
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Please look at the attached screenshot, it's in the "Builder". There you can see 2 strategies (red circles), sorted by "Fitness" where one of them is ranked higher than the other, although the second one has better values for ALL of my 3 Weighted Fitness criteria - Stability, Ret/Open DD, Stagnation. It hence makes no sense that the first strategy has a higher fitness value if all 3 criteria are actually better in the second strategy.
Interestingly, when moving both strategies to the Retester with the exact same settings and running a new backtest there with the same ranking criteria, it´s sorted the other way around (correctly).
Here is one more screenshot where the fitness should *not* be higher for the first strategy than the second strategy. The second strategy has much higher stability, higher return/dd ratio, and a much lower stagnation. I am using the same ranking criteria as in the screenshot in the initial post.
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