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Summary Tabbed Page

The Summary tabbed page displays more detailed information on all your strategies for the underlying asset in table format.

This format allows you to view the data for all of the information displayed on the charts.

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Summary Table

Each Strategy has its own uniquely tinted band.

Use the strategy color control in the floating Analysis palette to change the colors of the different strategy bands.

Strategy Summary

The first row of each strategy band is its Strategy Summary Row, which displays the total cost of the strategy, as well as range of additional information, including maximum profit and risk and break-even points.

Strategy Legs

The strategy’s summary row by default is “collapsed”, and has rows of details for each of its legs available for display.

Single left-mouse click the small box with a plus sign “+” in it to drop down the details of the strategy’s legs.

Each leg of the strategy has its own Individual Strategy Leg Details row.

Change View

Information is displayed for each table in columns the contents of which are described in the heading for each column.

opanlys_sumryviewslctrr.pngThe content of these columns is controlled by the view selected in the Summary page’s View Selector located on the far right of its function bar.

To change the contents of the columns displayed in the table, select a new view from the View Selector's drop-down menu, see right.

Your SOFTWARE has five preconfigured views available in the drop-down menus.

Users can create and save their own custom views. After creating and saving a custom view, it will be included in the drop-down menu with the five system views.

Create a new View

Use the Configure View function in Action menu to create and save new views. This process is explained in the Custom View topic.

 

Expected Profit

 

Expected Profits are calculated by adding the average of potential losses to the average of potential profits.
It's the sum of both Average potential losses and Average potential profits based on the currently selected Risk curve.

To do this the software marks out 200 increments within the Profit curve and 200 increments within the Losses curve of the current risk graph to find the Average Potential Losses and Average Potential Profits

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Odds

Odds are calculated by taking the average of potential profits and dividing it by the absolute value of the average of potential losses.

If your particular strategy has odds greater than 1:1 this will result in a positive Expected Profit.

Conversely, odds less than 1:1 will result in a negative Expected Profit

 

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