We save all the strategies you follow in a beautiful table view so you can sort and analyze your top strategies.

How to Find Saved Strategies:

At the bottom of your chart you'll find the SCAN tab. This is where you can find all your saved or followed strategies.

Once you're on the SCAN tab make sure the drop down menu has My Strategies selected.

From this page you can view, sort, compare, filter and un-follow your strategies.

View a Strategy

Click on any strategy in the SCAN tab and 2 things happen instantly for you...

  1. The strategy results are loaded into the view stats panel at the right of the page.
  2. The strategy entry and exit conditions will be loaded in the BACKTEST tab.

Sort Your Strategies

The table view creates an easy way for you to sort your followed strategies. Popular columns to sort are Rating, Return and Annual Return.

Click on any column title to sort that column.

Filter Strategies

Quickly filter strategies by clicking on the funnel icon at the top left of your SCAN tab.

Once you open up the filter menu you can select as many filters as you'd like to apply.

Popular filters include Starting, Stock Price, Rating, Risk Reward, Batting Average and Trades Per Year. The filter tool comes in handy once you've collected a good amount of followed strategies. 

The filter also comes in handy while using the SCAN tab and the Discover feature.

Edit Columns

You can edit the specific columns that are shown by clicking on the 3 dot icon at the top left of your table view as shown in image below. 

Then select columns for the menu and from here you can edit the columns.

Unfollow a Strategy

Quickly unfollow strategies by clicking on the green star icon for the strategy you want to unfollow. You can unfollow one strategy at a time or in bulk.

Use the 3 dot icon at the top left of the table view then select Multi Select to follow and unfollow strategies in bulk.

Compare Strategies

Instantly compare a strategies'  Rating, Return, Annual Return, Risk Reward, Batting Avg., Wins, Losses, Avg. Drawdown, Max Drawdown, and Trade Length.

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