After doing your backtests you'll be redirected to the page that looks like this:

This is what you can find here

  1. The summary of parameters used to do the backtest, like period, strategy, rebalancing frequency, allocation settings, etc.
  2. Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of your strategy and Total Profit. The CAGR takes into consideration the compounding effect of the profits that are accumulated and reinvested over time. Yet, it's only a sort of theoretical yearly average P&L that might be useful when comparing different strategies, settings, or portfolios. Total Profit, on the other hand, is more "real" money based indication of how much your portfolio would have grown over time if you were using this strategy
  3. Rule Details – you can click here to see the details of a strategy applied to the backtest
  4. Transactions – see how exactly your positions would have looked like if you were trading them back at the time
  5. Scores – see the exact historical scores (current scores back then) of the TOP companies that you were supposed to buy during each rebalancing period
  6. Price/Score Correlations – download a CVS with correlations calculated for every historical score vs. price change that followed. Thanks to that, you can precisely assess which rule strongly correlates with the price change. Keep in mind, though, that the correlation doesn't necessarily mean causation
  7. Open the Tear Sheet – here you can further analyze your performance and compare your results to whatever benchmark you want. Read more about it since it's extremely useful in interpreting your strategy: Using Tear Sheet to analyse the performance