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Got this from Greg today.


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Hey Mike,

Just thought I'd give you an update...based on feedback I've gotten from your users, we have now implemented:

- renko charts
- volume bar charts
- range bar charts
- drawdown report

Plus a few other minor things.

Thought you'd be interested! :-)

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-GR

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For me, Split works the best. I do think the ability to track the individual legs of a trade would be a potentially useful addition. I'd be curious to see how the three different grouping methods play out for traders who swing a bigger stick.

Next is my use of Tradervue. I started using it in the spring (early March, I think). Well, by late-April, I was starting my first combine with TST. At that time T4 was not a supported broker/platform and TST automatically posts your trading sessions to your profile, so I wasn't getting to use Tradervue as much. I still used it some on my personal account, but most of my energies were spent on TST. I never fell away from the software, it just wasn't a daily tool. Then a few days ago in a blog post, Greg wrote that T4 is now supported. JOY! So now I'm getting to add it back as a daily driver

I hope that answers some of your questions and adds a bit more perspective.

I agree on tracking the individual legs, I think that is key for futures traders.

How does Tradervue compare to what TST offers in their reports, if you are doing a combine/trading with them?

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Tag combination reporting


I asked Greg at Tradervue for an enhancement. He implemented it pronto! It provides for tag reporting by combination.

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So I just visited the Trader Vue site again, and they added volume, range, and renko bars. Took them only a couple weeks to implement this. I am very impressed by this and will be signing up for an account that supports this.

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I asked Greg at Tradervue for an enhancement. He implemented it pronto! It provides for tag reporting by combination.

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I asked during the webinar, if there was a limit on how many tags can be entered with or filtered on in viewing the results of trades, and Greg said there was not. Wondering what is the difference from that, and the new enhancement?

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I agree on tracking the individual legs, I think that is key for futures traders.

How does Tradervue compare to what TST offers in their reports, if you are doing a combine/trading with them?

TST's reports basically give you a grouped overview of your trading session. It doesn't break it out into individual trades, contracts, sequences, and so forth. You have access to the data to build your own reports in Excel, but the reports you'll see via your account portal will look like this:

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And that's really not a knock against TST. Tradervue is designed to be a full-featured online trading journal that includes trade reports. The feeling I get is that the TST daily reports are more like their way of saying, "This is what we saw from you today. We assume you are tracking your trading progress in greater detail in a journal somewhere else."

Of course, I'd love to see TST partner up with Tradervue so that traders could get their stuff automatically linked and uploaded to their TV journal within their TST profile.

Hope that helps.

Edit: Something I really hope to see from both is the addition of MAE/MFE type metrics.

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not lazy or cheap but some of them are just to much work for anyone . ill try tradevue , thanks guys

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Here is an idea for Tradervue:

List as a percentage the total amount of ticks captured from your PnL as compared to the day's range. For example, if the range is 200 ticks and you captured 100 ticks total with your trades, 50%. I like to keep score this way.

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FYI, there is now an AMA thread for Greg and Tradervue here:
https://futures.io/vendors-product-reviews/26314-tradervues-greg-reinacker-ceo-ask-me-anything-ama.html

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