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Adding Alerts to a Single Position from the Positions Page

Dec 03, 2021

You can add stop loss alerts to your positions from the Positions page. To get there, go to My Portfolios and then select positions. Then, click the ticker of the position that you would like to add the alert to. Next, go to the Alerts tab on the Position Card and click the green Add Alert button. Then, select the…

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What is RSI Rebound?

Dec 17, 2020

If you have Timing by TradeSmith, you may notice some positions qualify for RSI Rebound. What is this? This is a strategy based on the Relative Strength Index. Here are the requirements for a position to qualify: Select symbols that are currently in a valley with a current volume greater than 0 and be in the Health Indicator green or…

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Position Card Page Financials

Dec 07, 2020

This tab shows you financial information for your position. Remember, you access the Position Card Page by clicking a ticker in the Positions area under the My Portfolio Tab. There are several tabs on this page. We’ll want to click the Financial tab. Take note of the Type drop down. You can use this to switch between viewing the: Income…

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Timing by TradeSmith: Calendar

Dec 07, 2020

The Calendar page will show you Peaks and Valleys for your portfolios. To access the Calendar, click the Calendar tab in the menu. There’s a lot of information on this page, so we’ll take it one step at a time. In the upper left of the page, we’ll select our portfolio. Click the drop-down to select your portfolio. You may…

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Timing by TradeSmith FAQ

Dec 07, 2020

What requirements of stocks do we have to have to create a cycle? At least 1 year of price history Current volume is more than zero Average 1 year daily volume is more than $2M for U.S. stocks,  A$10,000 for AUS stocks, and more than $100K for crypto. What determines the cycle conviction level? The conviction currently depends on 2…

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Peak and Valley Pill

Nov 05, 2020

You can see if your position has an upcoming peak or valley on the Position Card Page. This is available only to our Timing by TradeSmith and Platinum subscribers. Remember, you access the Position Card Page by clicking a ticker in the Positions area under the My Portfolio Tab.   In the top left of this screen, there are pills….

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What is Volume at Price (VAP)?

Nov 05, 2020

As you work in TradeSmith Finance, you might notice some bars on the chart. What are these bars? This represents Volume at Price (VAP). VAP is an indicator that shows the amount of volume for a particular price range, which is based on closing prices. Volume at Price bars are horizontal and shown on the left side of the chart…

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What is the Relative Strength Index (RSI)?

Nov 05, 2020

As you work in TradeSmith Finance, you may notice the RSI. What is the RSI? This stands for Relative Strength Index. It’s a momentum indicator used in technical analysis that measures the magnitude of recent price changes. It evaluates overbought or oversold conditions in the price of a stock or other asset. The RSI will range from 0 to 100….

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What are Cycles?

Nov 05, 2020

Before we dive into Time-Cycles, let’s looks at cycles in general. A cycle is an event which repeats itself on a regular basis. Cycles exist all around us, and we interact with them each day. Think of the 28-day life cycle of a fly, the four seasons of the year, and solar activity. Even music has cycles to it. Examining…

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How to Edit Alerts

Oct 27, 2020

At some point, you may need to edit an alert. You might have entered something incorrectly or just want to change something. Editing alerts is easy. You’ll do this on the Position Card Page. Click a ticker from the Positions page to be brought to the Position Card Page. Remember, the Position Card Page has several tabs. We’ll want to…

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