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Need Help For Figuring VIX Asset Allocation switching backtesting

Hi:
I am not a programmer and intimidated by learning, but I am interested in backtesting the effect VIX levels have on various assets/etfs. Ex. when the SMA of VIX is > 20 what does the VQT return compared to SPY or TLT? Is there anyone here who would be willing to run requests for me--obviously for pay. If not, how long do you think it would take to learn how to do something like that, and is anyone up to coaching? I tend to be very busy so would prefer to pay someone unless the learning curve is very short.
thanks,
Marshall
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The learning curve is not that big. I think you can pick it up in about 2 weekends if you study Jon Skeet's book called "C# in Depth" and then try out the coding examples on this website. Some of the examples are very close to what you want to achieve.
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'C# in Depth' is a great resource to learn the ins and outs of the C# language. We're also available here to help with specific questions. I recommend breaking the problem into small pieces and try to build/test each piece individually before gluing them together.
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