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Feature Request: Open Positions Viewer
This is a Feature Request with 2 votes

Q Robert wrote 14 days ago ...

When I'm trading, I'm really only interested in the Open Positions, which are always at the bottom of the Positions List, requiring a 2-click sort on Exit Date to bring them to the top... but still, there's no open position performance summary.

I'd really like to see the features of Wealth-Lab's Trades+ Open Positions viewer in QS. I think ideally it would be the default Viewer after running a backtest.


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Q Eugene posted 14 days ago, and edited 14 days ago

the default Viewer after running a backtest.

...if there are any open positions, of course. Maybe it'd be practical to expose a checkbox saying something like "Make this tab open by default" for those who'd prefer the standard behavior.

> _the default Viewer after running a backtest._ ...if there are any open positions, of course. Maybe it'd be practical to expose a checkbox saying something like "Make this tab open by default" for those who'd prefer the standard behavior.
Q Glitch posted 14 days ago

"Did you know …" You determine which Model Result Viewer comes first by ordering them in Backtest Preferences.

"Did you know …" You determine which Model Result Viewer comes first by ordering them in Backtest Preferences.
Q Robert posted 13 days ago

I did not know that!

I did not know that!
Q Glitch posted 13 days ago

My idea for supporting this - add the small summary for open positions to the top of the basic Trade Viewer, and provide a button there to Bring Open Positions to Top.

My idea for supporting this - add the small summary for open positions to the top of the basic **Trade** Viewer, and provide a button there to **Bring Open Positions to Top**.
Q Robert posted 13 days ago

Sounds reasonable!

Sounds reasonable!
Q Glitch posted 12 days ago

Available now in Q158.

Available now in Q158.
Q Robert posted 11 days ago

Excellent. Works great. Thanks!

Excellent. Works great. Thanks!
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