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Working with filters

Filters are a powerful tool for analyzing statistics

Filters affect ALL data and are applied to ALL tables and charts. Filters allow you to analyze any analytical section or several sections within your entire trading activity. By using various filters, you can identify any hidden strengths or weaknesses in your trading.


As an example, take the following way of seeing things:

The charts of results by day or week shows that Tuesday and Friday have been my best days for trading over a long period of time. I analyze these days separately to understand what exactly has been bringing me success on these days. (I set a filter only for Tuesdays and Fridays.)

By applying the filters, I see that AMT and WPI lead in the results, although among all the days of the week they dont stand out especially. I can conclude that something is happening with these shares on Tuesday and Fridays which brings me the best trading. (I then choose these shares in the filter, without removing the filters for the two days.)

I find that surprisingly, the method of entry continuation of movement applied to these shares brings me more success than other methods.


It is then possible to verify if it has always been like this by setting filters by month.


You can check this entry method as applied to other shares and other days of the week, analyze the charts to see useful information on specific trades, and thus draw your conclusions.


This is just one example, but a trade wouldn’t have been able to see all of this without using filters.

You should definitely use filters.