# Back Week For Backtest

It is Backtest Calculator For Essential and Plus plan holders, the length of available intraday data is calculated as follows: from now to 6 weeks back multiplied by timeframe(in minutes), i.e. you can go 6 weeks back on the 1-minute chart, 12 weeks back on the 2-minute chart, 30 weeks back on the 5-minute chart, 90 weeks back on the 15-minute chart and so on. The higher timeframe is selected, the more intraday data is available.

This show creates a weekday label based on the data in the plans allowed by TradingView. This show creates a weekday label based on the data in the plans allowed by TradingView. How much data is available for Bar Replay? According to the article, we can replay 6 weeks backwards for a 1-minute chart. This indicator is a label that shows how far we can go back, consisting of multiplying each minute by 6 between 1 minute and 60 minutes.

1 minute => 6 week backtest
2 minutes => 12 week backtest
.....
15 minutes => 90 week backtest
...
59 minutes => 354 week backtest

It is Backtest Calculator For Essential and Plus plan holders, the length of available intraday data is calculated as follows: from now to 6 weeks back multiplied by timeframe(in minutes), i.e. you can go 6 weeks back on the 1-minute chart, 12 weeks back on the 2-minute chart, 30 weeks back on the 5-minute chart, 90 weeks back on the 15-minute chart and so on. The higher timeframe is selected, the more intraday data is available.

This show creates a weekday label based on the data in the plans allowed by TradingView. This show creates a weekday label based on the data in the plans allowed by TradingView. How much data is available for Bar Replay? According to the article, we can replay 6 weeks backwards for a 1-minute chart. This indicator is a label that shows how far we can go back, consisting of multiplying each minute by 6 between 1 minute and 60 minutes.

1 minute => 6 week backtest
2 minutes => 12 week backtest
.....
15 minutes => 90 week backtest
...
59 minutes => 354 week backtest

If the last week warning seen and the labels turned red, do not go back any further. Otherwise, you will get the error "The specified starting point for the chart replay is too far away. Please select another one."

It is Backtest Calculator For Essential and Plus plan holders, the length of available intraday data is calculated as follows: from now to 6 weeks back multiplied by timeframe(in minutes), i.e. you can go 6 weeks back on the 1-minute chart, 12 weeks back on the 2-minute chart, 30 weeks back on the 5-minute chart, 90 weeks back on the 15-minute chart and so on. The higher timeframe is selected, the more intraday data is available.

This show creates a weekday label based on the data in the plans allowed by TradingView. This show creates a weekday label based on the data in the plans allowed by TradingView. How much data is available for Bar Replay? According to the article, we can replay 6 weeks backwards for a 1-minute chart. This indicator is a label that shows how far we can go back, consisting of multiplying each minute by 6 between 1 minute and 60 minutes.

1 minute => 6 week backtest
2 minutes => 12 week backtest
.....
15 minutes => 90 week backtest
...
59 minutes => 354 week backtest

If the last week warning seen and the labels turned red, do not go back any further. Otherwise, you will get the error "The specified starting point for the chart replay is too far away. Please select another one."