We’ve gotten a ton of email from folks who want to import their data, and who are either a) not using one of our supported brokers, b) are clearing through a different path than most retail traders on that platform, or c) have their data in some other format that they’d like to import.
So, while we’re still adding to the broker list as fast as we can, we also added support for what we’re calling the Generic Import Format. Basically, if you can collect the required data for your trades, then Tradervue can import them.
It’s not as hard as it sounds; we have included a sample Excel spreadsheet on that page. If you can get your data into the spreadsheet, or already have your own spreadsheet, importing the data into Tradervue is literally as simple as copying from the spreadsheet and pasting into the Tradervue import page.
To celebrate Tradervue’s 1-day anniversary (ha!), we have added support for TradeStation. You can now easily import your trade executions from the TradeManager directly into Tradervue.
As always, keep the great feedback and suggestions coming!
Let me be the first to welcome you to Tradervue! A huge thanks to everyone who signed up on the “coming soon” page, all of our beta testers (many of whom were amazingly active), and to everyone else who helped during the development process (you know who you are!).
What is Tradervue?
Tradervue is designed for active equity traders, and focuses on three things:
- Journaling: we all know we should keep a trading journal, but it’s not always easy. Tradervue takes away the busy work (prices, executions, charts, etc.), and let you concentrate on what’s important.
- Analysis: everyone can get P&L reports from their broker or clearing firm. But if you really want to improve your trading performance, you need to drill down and figure out what’s working and what isn’t.
- Sharing: today, there are many folks sharing trade ideas and charts, but not a lot of them sharing actual trades. Tradervue makes that easy. So instead of saying “I bought the break of $50.00”, you can show how you got in, how you managed the choppiness as it broke through the level, and how you got out.
Is it really for me?
If you’re an active trader, and you’d like to either a) improve your performance, and/or b) share some of your trades with the community, then yes – Tradervue is definitely for you.
How much does it cost?
Nothing! Tradervue is free to use. And this isn’t just a free trial – it’s really free.
Go take a look!