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Based on my experience so far this is a good system to hedge your S&P portfolio due to it 19s inverse correlation with the stock market. This system makes most of its money on volatility when the market is dropping which is a hard characteristic to find here. I also appreciate that the trades are very quick (sometimes minutes) so it will not tie up much margin in your account. It WILL hold on to losing trades that occasionally result in a larger than average loss, but the high percentage of small winners more than makes up for those in the long run, providing good (but not spectacular) returns, in addition to smoothing out your stock portfolio 19s volatility. I am happy with the performance.
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I have been using Kevin 19s system Algo 175356 for approximately 3 months. I have been very happy with the performance of the system during this subscription period and look forward to future profitable months. Kevin applies a first class methodology to developing his systems and is one of the few developers on the C2 site to respond with good answers to submitted questions. Kevin 19s system is performing better than certain other systems on the C2 site trading the E-mini S&P500 and is cheaper than the other systems!
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Subject:New C2 Dashboard available for preview
Posted by:
MatthewKlein

We've released the newest version of C2's Strategy Dashboard. If you're interested in trying it out (and I hope you are), click the link near the top of the old dashboard page (you can't miss it; it is marked with a purple "love heart" icon).

Please let me know what you think of the new Dashboard. Your feedback -- whether positive, negative, or somewhere in between -- will be most welcome.

-Matthew

Subject:New C2 Dashboard available for preview
Posted by:
CarmaAdvisory

Position side seems wrong. All the positions are classified as long

Subject:New C2 Dashboard available for preview
Posted by:
richard_haines

Are these real time positions I am seeing for systems on my watch list?

Subject:New C2 Dashboard available for preview
Posted by:
ThomasTarlton

Yeah the new dashboard appears to be showing the OPEN positions for all systems in a users watch list. I am assuming this was not intended?

Subject:New C2 Dashboard available for preview
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ETFGLOBALTIMER

Now that I checked out the new dashboard, how do I get back to the old dashboard???

Subject:New C2 Dashboard available for preview
Posted by:
MatthewKlein

To return to the old Dashboard, look for the link on the bottom left of the page that says:

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Subject:New C2 Dashboard available for preview
Posted by:
MatthewKlein

Hi, guys -

A bunch of people have asked about the new dashboard (Dashboard2015 is our internal project name).

Let me copy and paste an email response I just sent to a C2 Member, who had similar questions. Maybe it will be useful here, too:

One thing that seems to make C2 confusing to new users, or less technical ones, is the idea that once you find a strategy you're interested in, you need to go through several steps in order to "enjoy it." You might want to "watch it." Then you might "subscribe" to it. Then you might "autotrade" it. With each step, you can see different aspects of the system, have different levels of access, and can use it in different ways.

This makes a lot of sense to me (and perhaps you) as a programmer, or as a long-time user of C2, but part of the idea behind Dashboard2015 (the internal project name) is that we try to eliminate some of that "conceptual baggage."

Now, when there is a strategy you like, you can just "see it." That's it -- you don't need to do anything else. It just appears on your Dashboard, and you can see up-to-date live information about that strategy! You don't need to set up live feeds, or anything like that. The live feeds are right there, on the Dashboard. And when you autotrade the strategy in a broker account, you automatically see the live trading results right there, in that section of Dashboard2015. You don't need to set anything up, or ask for anything.

As a long-time user of C2, you probably say, "Wait a second? Don't I have to subscribe to a system in order to see real-time positions?"

The answer is, yes. But we try to integrate that seamlessly into the Dashboard2015 experience. So, the "live feeds" you see in Dashboard2015 depend on whether or not you are a real-time subscriber.

Here's the breakdown:

When you put a strategy into your Dashboard2015...
---- you see "Live Feeds" ... but only when trades have been closed. (i.e. no open positions are shown)

When you subscribe to a strategy...
---- the little green checkmark appears ("Real-time Sub?") AND your "live feeds" show real-time position data for the systems "Model Account"

When you autotrade a strategy...
---- the little green checkmark appears ("Autotrade?") AND your "live feeds" show you up-to-the-moment P/L of your brokerage account.

Admittedly, there is ZERO documentation, or hints, or explanation on the new page. That was going to come a bit later, after we took the new Dashboard for a shake-down cruise.)

With this explanation, above, does the page seem a bit more sensible? Remember, it's an early version, so your feedback is important.

Matthew

Subject:New C2 Dashboard available for preview
Posted by:
MatthewKlein

Carma - the "Positions all labeled as LONG" issue is now fixed. Thanks for the heads-up.

Subject:New C2 Dashboard available for preview
Posted by:
GaryLynn3

I've always felt that the current dashboard is information overload. I personally never look at "Most Viewed", "Latest from C2 Forums" (now that the Forums are fixed), "Online" and "Trading Leaders". That's just me -- I'm sure others find these sections useful and perhaps they help market C2 to new users. However, I could also see a new user being overwhelmed and give up trying to understand the site.

I just took a look at the new dashboard, and it seems the direction is still to blast the user with more information. I keep many systems on my Watchlist that I accumulate over time while I wait for promising systems to develop a long enough track record to consider them for subscription. With the new dashboard, that generate 18 pages of individual trade information for my watch list -- none of which is of interest to me on a daily basis.

Now let me say what I do like about the new dashboard. I think the trading circle idea is an interesting concept and I would likely participate in this. I like the "Popular Strategies" section. It gives a just enough information for the top-performing systems to make it useful -- equity curve, trading instrument, last 90 and last 180. I think the same amount of information should be displayed for the Watch List instead of the most recent closed trades.

Gary

Subject:New C2 Dashboard available for preview
Posted by:
MatthewKlein

By the way - just to be clear:

1) You can "collapse" any system on the new Dashboard2015, so that you don't see system details.

But it occurs to me as I write this, that the "default" state information is displayed ought to be collapsed, so that system details are not shown unless you specifically want them (the opposite of the current way it currently works). It also occurs to me we should add a "collapse all" button to simplify the whole screen in one click -- collapsing away all the details.

2) You can hide or unhide any system on your screen. Click the GEAR ICON in the upper right corner of the screen to configure:

Subject:New C2 Dashboard available for preview
Posted by:
ThomasTarlton

MatthewKlein, It looks like I am able to see 'Live' 'Open' positions for systems that I have in my watch list, but am not subscribed to. This seems contrary to your statement:

When you put a strategy into your Dashboard2015...
---- you see "Live Feeds" ... but only when trades have been closed. (i.e. no open positions are shown)

Is this an error? Personally, I would not like users to have access to open positions by just having a strategy in their watch list. I assume others would feel the same.

Subject:New C2 Dashboard available for preview
Posted by:
MatthewKlein

Yes, this was an error. It is now fixed. Thanks for letting me know.

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    These results are based on simulated or hypothetical performance results that have certain inherent limitations. Unlike the results shown in an actual performance record, these results do not represent actual trading. Also, because these trades have not actually been executed, these results may have under-or over-compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market factors, such as lack of liquidity. Simulated or hypothetical trading programs in general are also subject to the fact that they are designed with the benefit of hindsight. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to these being shown.

    In addition, hypothetical trading does not involve financial risk, and no hypothetical trading record can completely account for the impact of financial risk in actual trading. For example, the ability to withstand losses or to adhere to a particular trading program in spite of trading losses are material points which can also adversely affect actual trading results. There are numerous other factors related to the markets in general or to the implementation of any specific trading program, which cannot be fully accounted for in the preparation of hypothetical performance results and all of which can adversely affect actual trading results.

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    • Profits are reinvested. We assume profits (when there are profits) are reinvested in the trading strategy.
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    • All fees are included. When calculating cumulative returns, we try to estimate and include all the fees a typical trader incurs when AutoTrading using AutoTrade technology. This includes the subscription cost of the strategy, plus any per-trade AutoTrade fees, plus estimated broker commissions if any.
    • "Max Drawdown" Calculation Method. We calculate the Max Drawdown statistic as follows. Our computer software looks at the equity chart of the system in question and finds the largest percentage amount that the equity chart ever declines from a local "peak" to a subsequent point in time (thus this is formally called "Maximum Peak to Valley Drawdown.") While this is useful information when evaluating trading systems, you should keep in mind that past performance does not guarantee future results. Therefore, future drawdowns may be larger than the historical maximum drawdowns you see here.

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