We’ve always had the ability to embed images (your marked-up charts, etc.) into your trades and journal notes; however, in the past, you’ve had to upload those images to a third-party site, and then embed them into your trades. It could be a tricky process at times.
So to make that easier, we’ve added the ability to upload images directly to Tradervue, and embed them into your trades, all in one step. All you have to do it drag and drop your image into the notes editor! Here’s a short (0:47) video demonstrating how to do it:
This also solves a number of problems related to controlling access to your images. An image you upload to Tradervue will remain private and be accessible only to you. If you have mentors in Tradervue, they will be able to see the image as well, as you would expect. And if you choose to share a trade with an embedded image, that image will then be made accessible to everyone for as long as the trade is shared.
Uploading images is available today for all silver and gold subscribers.
If you’re using Dukascopy’s JForex platform, Tradervue will can now import your trading data. Simply click Import Trades, select JForex from the list, and follow the instructions!
If you’re trading with United Traders (english site), including the Arche platform, you can now import your trades into Tradervue! Go to the Import Trades page, select United Traders from the list, and follow the instructions on the right side of the page.
If you’re trading options with Goldman Sachs REDIPlus, Tradervue will now import your options trades! There is nothing special you need to do – just click Import Trades, select REDIPlus from the list, and follow the instructions.
We’ve been busy making Tradervue’s Advanced Reports even better! Specifically, we’ve added these parameters:
- Market movement (%)
- Market opening gap (%)
- R ($)
The last one, R, is worth expanding on. Assuming you’re tracking your risk per trade, this lets you plot the amount of risk you had on for each trade (i.e. the R for the trade) vs. another field. So for example, if you were to plot P&L vs R, you could see if the trades you are putting on more risk with (i.e. higher R) are giving you higher returns.
We’ve also added the ability to download the data shown in any advanced report to a CSV file, which you can open in Excel or another spreadsheet. To do this, simply create the report you want, and then click the download button:
Advanced reports are available for all silver and gold users – if you haven’t tried them yet, this might be a good time to consider upgrading!
If you’re using R|Trader from Rithmic, Tradervue can now import your trades! Just go to the Import Trades page, select Rithmic R|Trader from the list, and follow the instructions.
Here is our complete list of supported brokers/platforms – if you don’t see yours on the list, let us know and we may be able to add it for you.
If you use the chart studies available on Tradervue’s price charts, you’ll notice a new one available – the Commodity Channel Index (CCI).
If you haven’t used it before, here is some information about the CCI indicator!
If you’re using Lightspeed, we’ve added options support for you to Tradervue! No need to do anything special – just go to the Import Trades page, select Lightspeed, and follow the instructions.
We’ve added new reports to let you view your trading performance on a calendar. To view the calendar report, go to the Reports View, Overview tab, and click the Calendar group:
You’ll then be able to select a year, and you’ll see the calendar for that entire year. Each day will be colored – green for positive days, red for negative, blue for flat, and gray for days with no trades:
If you click on one of the months, you’ll see a detail view of that month. Each day will show the number of trades on that day, and the P&L (either aggregate or average, and reported in $, ticks, or R depending on your setting):
Clicking on an individual day in the calendar will take you to that day’s page in the Journal View, so you can review the individual trades on that day.
These reports make it possible to see certain kinds of patterns at a glance. For example, if we look at this month:
We can see very quickly that every single Thursday and Friday in the month was a losing day. We can then take a closer look at those days, and use the detailed reports to drill down and understand what might have been happening there.
Calendar reports are available now for all users!
Tradervue now supports importing trades from X_Trader! From the Tradervue Dashboard, click Import Trades, select X_Trader, and follow the instructions.
If we don’t yet support your broker or trading platform, let us know and we may be able to add support.