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Universe selection exposes suspicious data...

A universe selection based algo I made for 2016 would seem like the best algo ever, achieving 10000% in 2016 or so. Upon closer inspection, certain data is very suspicious. I suspected splits initially but after trying to look them up I don't think they are the cause. Example case:

2016-02-09T14:31:00Z,TVIX,11.825,-25,Market,3,-295.625, 

2016-02-10T14:31:00Z,TVIX,269.75,-99,Market,3,-26705.25, 

So for some reason, in the QC data, TVIX jumps from 11.825 to 269.75. There was *supposedly* a 1 for 25 split 08/09/2016, but that's a different date.

I'm trying to figure out because this is completely taking my backtest results into fantasy land.

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Oh, and there are probably like at least 10-20 more cases like this in top 200 by dollar volume in 2016 I think...

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