Dashboard

Your dashboard shows key information about your strategies and their performance.

The Signals Dashboard gives you a critical overview of your account. It is divided into cards which tie together the most essential information about your profile, any strategies you have created or are following, and the trading signals which they have generated.

Profile Card

This card displays information about the user account currently logged in. You can change your account information and your profile photo by going to the Settings menu and visiting the General tab.

My Strategies Card

This card offers a quick overview of strategies you have created.

If you haven't created a strategy yet, this card is going to be empty - you can get started by clicking the "New strategy" button:

Once you have created a strategy, you will see it here. In addition to the strategies name and the date of any changes, there are also indicators which show the strategy's current status, whether deployed or also being followed.

Any strategy which is currently deployed is marked with a yellow dot. You must deploy a strategy before you can follow it to receive trading signals, or if you want to allow others to follow it.

Strategies you are following are marked with a green dot. Here, SMA Crossover is deployed and is being followed:

To access more information, click on the strategy row to navigate to Strategy Details, where you can modify its code, run backtests, and manage deployed or followed strategies.

If you have already built a strategy, you can sort, rename or delete it by clicking on the right-hand menu.

When renaming, edit the text "in place" then confirm changes with the Enter key.

Total Performance Card

The Total Performance chart is displayed in the card to the top-right of your Dashboard. It shows the change in cumulative performance of all strategies which you have been following over time.

Strategies may be traded on different asset pairs but, for the purpose of calculating the total performance, the performance change is always converted to Tether (USDT).

When any followed strategy closes a position (generates a Long Sell or Short Buy signal), a new node is created on the chart, giving information about cumulative performance at the current moment and the strategy which made the trade.

Following Strategies Card

This card shows a detailed overview of all strategies which you are following as well as historical information about those previously followed. You can follow your own strategies once they are deployed or you can browse the Strategies Marketplace to find a strategy that suits your trading best.

As you can see in the following screenshot, the records of unfollowed strategies are faded out. They are kept in the list to maintain important records which describe the total performance of your portfolio, which you see plotted in the Total Performance chart. If you don't want some of these records to be included in the chart anymore, you can delete the record but you will not be able to recover it later.

Clicking on a line will take you to the detail of the relevant followed strategy.

Signals Card

The last card on the Dashboard shows a chronological list of all signals generated by all following strategies. If you have not yet followed any strategies, this will be empty but you can click the "browse strategies button to see strategies which you can follow, either your own or those which others have made available on the Strategies Marketplace.

Once you have followed some strategies for a while, signals will begin to accumulate down the list, with the most recent shown first by default.

This list will show the name of any strategy for which a signal was triggered, the action that was performed, what order type and market were used, and other relevant data such as buy or sell price and quantity, a timestamp and how this reflects on your account's performance.

Profile Card

First card contains basic information about currently logged-in user account. You can change your account information and your profile photo on the General tab in application Settings.

My Strategies Card

This card shows brief overview of your own strategies - those created by yourself. If you haven't created any strategy just yet, this card is going to be empty and you can start by clicking the "New strategy" button:

If you already have some strategies, you can sort them, rename or delete. Click on the row of the strategy will navigate you to the strategy details, where you can update the code, run backtests, manage deployments or followings.

Strategies are renamed "in place". Confirm the changes with the Enter key.

Every strategy with an active deployment is marked with an indication in form of a yellow point.

Every strategy which you are following is marked with an indication in form of a green point.

Total Performance Card

The Total Performance chart, displayed on the top right card on your Dashboard, shows the change in the cumulative performance of all followed strategies over time.

Strategies might trade on different asset pairs but, for the purpose of calculating the total performance, the performance change is always converted to Tether (USDT).

When any followed strategy closes a position (generates a Long Sell or Short Buy signal), a new node is created on the chart, giving information about cumulative performance at the current moment and the strategy which made the trade.

Following Strategies Card

This card shows a detailed overview of all followings - active and already unfollowed - it presents you the full history of your followings. You can follow your own deployments or browse Strategies Marketplace to find a strategy that suits your trading strategy the best.

As you can see on the following screenshot, the records of unfollowed strategies are shown as faded. They are kept in the list, because the are important for the history of total performance of your portfolio plotted in the Total Performance chart. If you don't want some of the records to be included in the chart anymore, you can delete the record.

Clicking on a line will take you to the detail of the relevant following.

Signals Card

The last card on the Dashboard shows a chronological list of all signals generated by all following strategies.