Tradervue is Hiring!

Tradervue is growing – and we’re hiring! Specifically, we’re looking for a customer support person and a product manager to add to our team. This is remote contract work, but there’s potential to go to full-time if everything goes well. And we have a strong preference for North American time zones.

More on each position and applications here:

Customer Support role

Product Manager role

Trend reports – MFE/MAE ratio

Tradervue’s trend reports are a powerful tool for discovering trends in certain performance-related statistics, such as Win %, per-trade P&L, MFE and MAE, and so on over time.

We have added the position MFE/MAE ratio to the trend reports. In general, a higher ratio (> 1) is better, as it means your trades are moving further in your favor than than against you (i.e., average MFE is greater than average MAE). A lower ratio (\< 1) means that, on average, your trades move against you further than they move in your favor (i.e., average MFE is less than average MAE).

As with the other trend reports, this can be displayed as a n-trade moving average, or a n-day moving average.

Reports based on Moving Averages

We have added new reports showing distribution and performance based on your entry price in relation to various moving averages for the instrument you’re trading. These can be surprisingly useful in identifying previously unknown patterns in your performance.

In the chart above, the “less than -5%” bar, for example, shows performance for trades that were entered at a price that was more than 5% below the 100-day SMA for that instrument.

These reports are available in Reports View, Detailed tab, Instrument group. They are also shown in the Win vs Loss Days and Compare tabs, in the instrument group.

5-, 10-, 20-, 50-, 100-, and 200-day simple moving averages are available. And as with most reports, these are interactive and support filtering on the data by clicking on the bars in the reports.

So as an example, let’s look at the 10-day SMA chart for a particular set of trades:

We’re seeing poor performance when entering a trade where we’re significantly extended above the SMA(10). If we filter to show only trades at or below +5% above the SMA(10), we now see:

With that filter enabled, if we now switch to the SMA(5) chart, we can see that we could potentially further refine our system by eliminating trades more than 1% above the SMA(5):

This can be especially valuable when, for example, the SMA’s are not part of your entry criteria for a trade, but the data reveals that they can help refine your system to improve the probability of winning.

SMA reports are available now for all users. Users on the free plan have access to the 50-day SMA only; silver and gold users have access to all of the supported SMAs.

Forex.com ATP now supported

You’ve always been able to import from Forex.com if you’re using MT4. However, if you were using their proprietary platforms, you’ve been out of luck. Until now! You can now import your trading data from Forex.com’s Advanced Trading Platform (ATP).

In Tradervue, click Import Trades, select Forex.com from the list, and follow the instructions over on the right side of the page.

Here is our complete list of supported brokers and platforms.