GAIN Capital’s GetGo app bolsters Performance tab functionalities

Maria Nikolova

Traders can check their net P&L, how many trades they have placed, how many ended in a win and how many in a loss, as well as the biggest winner and biggest loser – all in one tab.

GetGo, the innovative mobile trading application offered by online trading major Gain Capital Holdings Inc (NYSE:GCAP), has been updated a couple of days ago, with the latest set of enhancements including improvements to the “Your Performance” tab.

The developers have added to the list of individual trades – it now displays traders’ own trading charts. Users of the solution can check their net P&L, how many trades they have placed, how many ended in a win and how many in a loss, as well as their biggest winner and biggest loser – all in one tab. These changes should allow traders to better analyze what is working for them and what is not.

Furthermore, GetGo’s Level – the suggested Profit Target for each signal, has been updated and optimized to reflect current market conditions – the developers aim to do this in most releases and as a result, users might notice a change in the default position of the slider. The aim of GetGo’s Level, which was rolled out in April this year, is to help traders take profits at the right time and to improve their outcomes. Traders can change it or turn it off and let the trade close at the end of the signal’s time window.

The most recent enhancements to the application concern Trade Size too. Until now, the minimum Trade Size had only been showing to one decimal place, causing a little confusion. That is why, the team behind GetGo has increased that to two decimal places which set to clear things up.

The latest enhancements are released about a week after the solution had its performance page upgraded in a way that increased transparency. In particular, as well as sharing win rates of the signals with the orange (Hot signals) and blue circles (all signals), the page now shows how users’ traders are doing. Hence, the green circle displays the win rate for client trades in the given time period, which is updated on a weekly basis.

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