It’s now possible to print your Journal or Reports – which has been a very popular request! To print, just visit the Journal View, or the Reports View, and use the normal print function in your browser. The format will change to be appropriate for printing:
We recommend using Chrome, Firefox, or Safari for best results when printing.
A while back, we added the ability to download the data from the advanced reports. Now, we’ve expanded this with the ability to download daily transaction and P&L data from the Calendar reports.
At the bottom of the Calendar report, below the month calendars, you’ll see a new download link:
Set your settings the way you want them (Gross vs Net, $ vs Ticks vs R, aggregate vs average), and then click the Download link. Your daily P&L data with the settings you chose will be downloaded to a CSV file, which you can open in Excel or elsewhere.
Report downloads and exports are available for all silver and gold subscribers.
With the new flexibility of being able to choose the columns you want to see in the Trades View, we’ve added even more. Two new columns available:
- trade duration – this will look like 01:14:55 for intraday trades (that’s hours:minutes:seconds), or 4d for longer trades
- side – this will be either Long or Short
If there are other columns you’d like to see in the Trades View, let us know!
We’ve added two new columns to those available in the Trades View:
- P&L (ticks) – gross P&L in ticks for futures trades
- P&L (ticks per contract) – gross P&L per contract in ticks for futures trades
Both of these new columns will always show gross P&L, regardless of the P&L setting. If you switch to net mode, their column titles will change to emphasize they are still gross.
We’ve also added totals and averages for the Commission and “Commission and Fees” columns, at the bottom of the Trades View.
Ever since Tradervue was first released, folks have been sending us email asking for certain columns to be added to the Trades View. We couldn’t add all the columns people asked for, as there wouldn’t be enough room on the page for them all.
But starting today, you can choose which columns you’d like to see on your Trades View! Simply click the setup icon on the right side of the list, and choose “Customize columns…” from the menu:
When you select that, you’ll see the list of available columns, and you can choose which ones you want to add:
Clicking “Save changes” will save your new columns, or you can click “Reset to Defaults” to get back to the original columns.
The available columns are:
- Open Date – the date the trade was opened
- Open Time – the time of day the trade was opened
- Closed Date – the date the trade was closed (closed trades only)
- Execution Count
- P&L – the P&L for the trade shown in USD
- P&L (R) – the P&L for the trade, shown in terms of R (risk); only shown for trades that have an initial risk specified
- P&L (%) – the P&L for the trade in % (equity trades only at the moment)
- Commission and Fees – the sum of commissions and fees
- Initial Risk – the amount you entered as the risk in the trade
- Position MFE – the maximum interim profit during the trade (runup)
- Position MAE – the maximum interim loss during the trade (drawdown)
Some of these columns are only available for silver or gold subscribers.
As part of this change, we’ve also moved the links to change P&L gross/net display mode, and the download to Excel link, into the menu.
If there are more columns you’d like to see made available, let us know!
For folks using the mentor/coach features in Tradervue, we’ve always had the ability to leave private comments on trades, only visible to the trader and the mentor(s).
Now, we’ve added the ability to have comments on journal entries as well! When a mentor is viewing a trader’s journal entries, there is a new “Add comment” link (or, if there are already comments, a “View comments” link):
Clicking that link will open the journal entry in its own page, and show a comment editor:
And after entering a new comment, the journal entry’s page will display all of the comments for the entry:
These comments are, of course, only visible to the trader and the mentor(s). Notifications work similarly to trade comments – you’ll get an email if a new comment is left on one of your entries, or an entry you’ve previously commented on, and you can turn off notifications on a per-entry basis.
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.