Tradervue will now display all open trades on your Dashboard:
This is useful for those who make multi-day swing or long-term trades. But even if you’re trading intraday, it’s a handy way to quickly see if any of your trades are showing as open, often indicating missing executions that you may not have imported.
The “Open Trades” box on the Dashboard will not display if you don’t have any open trades, so we won’t take up any extra space if it’s not necessary.
The columns are customizable, and are saved separately from the columns you’ve chosen in the Trades View, Journal View, and the current day summary on the Dashboard.
And if you’d rather not see this on the Dashboard, you can customize the information displayed:
The Open Trades box has been added for all users, even if you have previously customized your Dashboard.
Ever since we introduced general notes to Tradervue, they have proven quite popular. Traders have told us they’re using them to record their trading plan, keep watchlists, and make market notes for the week, just for a few examples.
To make notes more accessible, we now display your most recent notes on the Dashboard:
The 5 most recently updated notes will be shown; if you have yet to create any notes, you’ll see a link to create your first note.
New users and those who have never customized their Dashboard will see the notes box there immediately. If you have customized your Dashboard, we haven’t changed your settings, so you won’t see notes right away. To add them, you can Customize your Dashboard.
There is quite a bit of information on the Tradervue Dashboard, and not everyone wants to see all of it, all of the time. So we’ve added the ability to customize the Dashboard; just click the “Customize Dashboard” link at the lower right corner of the Dashboard:
When you click that, you’ll be able to select exactly which information should appear on your Dashboard.