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rreynoldson

Member Since Aug 02, 2009  4 posts rreynoldson Aug 03 2009 at 00:29
The 'Advanced Statistics' table of the 'Portfolio' page uses colored bars for 'Trades Won', 'Trades Lost', 'Shorts Won', etc.. Indeed, with the colored bars you can see at a glance how one quantity compares to some other quantity, but you can just as easily see this if the actual quantities were displayed (and these numbers give more precise info instead of some colored bar).

rreynoldson

Member Since Aug 02, 2009  4 posts rreynoldson Aug 03 2009 at 00:37
rreynoldson posted:
    The 'Advanced Statistics' table of the 'Portfolio' page uses colored bars for 'Trades Won', 'Trades Lost', 'Shorts Won', etc.. Indeed, with the colored bars you can see at a glance how one quantity compares to some other quantity, but you can just as easily see this if the actual quantities were displayed (and these numbers give more precise info instead of some colored bar).


Okay, I now notice that the details are displayed via a tool-tip when you hover the mouse over the bar... this works for me, so you can disregard this suggestion.

Staff

Member Since Jul 31, 2009  1291 posts Ethan (Staff) Aug 03 2009 at 06:39
Great.

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