We’ve added Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) to the available studies on intraday price charts in Tradervue. A few notes about how this works:
- The VWAP is calculated intraday, starting from the open, and is only available on intraday charts.
- For stocks, pre-market activity is not included in the VWAP calculation. This is rarely an issue, as regular-hours volume tends to quickly exceed pre-market levels.
- It is calculated based on the interval shown on the chart. So for example, if you’re looking at a 1-minute chart, VWAP is calculated based on 1-minute data. If you’re looking at a 5-minute chart, it’s calculated based on 5-minute data.
- VWAP is only available for stock and futures trades.
If you haven’t used them before, here are details on how to add studies to charts in Tradervue. And if you’re not already familiar with it, here’s a primer on VWAP!
Multiple tag filters are an incredibly powerful way to filter trades in Tradervue, and today they’re getting even better. You can now exclude tags from your filter using NOT. With this in mind, let’s go through the different ways to filter tags:
You can require multiple tags using an AND filter. For example:
earnings AND momentum
You can require one or more tags using an OR filter:
earnings OR momentum
You can exclude trades with a certain tag:
You can also combine NOT and AND, to include only trades that have one tag but not another:
earnings AND NOT momentum
Over the past weeks, we’ve been adding a lot more functionality to the Tradervue API. In addition to the Import API we’ve had for a while now, we’ve added API access for:
- Journal entries
- Journal notes
Here are just a few things you could do with the new API:
- Create new trades programmatically, and add notes to them throughout the trading day
- Update your daily journal entry from another application
- Create journal notes from anywhere
- Retrieve data about your trades, including analytics like MFE/MAE and efficiency, for further analysis in other applications
The list goes on and on! See the updated documentation for the API for more details.
We’re also not done with the API – so if there is something you’re trying to do, and you need additional API support, let us know!
We now support importing trading data from TradeReporting.com. Simply click Import Trades, select TradeReporting from the list, and follow the instructions on the right side of the page!
You can now automatically import your trades into Tradervue from DAS Trader!
Up to now, you’ve been able to export trading data from the desktop DAS Trader Pro platform, and import it into Tradervue, but only for the current trading day – so you’d need to make sure you imported every day.
Now, we can connect directly to DAS and retrieve your trading data, with the click of a button. This includes historical data – just give us the date range you’d like to import your trading data for, and click Import, and we’ll do the rest.
To get started, sign into Tradervue, then click here to fill out the request form. Note that we don’t (and will never) ask for your DAS password. After filling out the form, we’ll send you an email within a few business days letting you know it’s been provisioned for you.
Many thanks to the team at DAS for working with us to add this!
In addition to Candlestick and OHLC, Range bar, Renko bar, and Volume bar charts, we now offer Heikin-Ashi charts as well. Heikin-Ashi charts are typically used to filter out some of the noise from regular candlestick charts, to better visualize the overall trend.
If you’re not familiar with them, StockCharts.com has an article about Heikin-Ashi charts here.
These are available today for all silver and gold users!
We’ve added support for importing trades from Capital One Investing, formerly ShareBuilder. To import, simply click Import Trades, select Capital One Investing from the list, and follow the instructions on the right side of the page.
You can now import your trades from eSignal. As usual, to import, click Import Trades, select eSignal from the list, and follow the instructions on the right side of the page!
You can now import your trading data from Colmex Pro. To import, click on Import Trades, select Colmex Pro from the list, and follow the instructions on the right side of the page!
You can now import your trading data from Nonko Trading. As always, click on Import Trades, select Nonko from the list, and follow the instructions on the right side of the page!