For an investor, maintaining successful copied trades includes having the knowledge of tools, metrics, and strategies available. Similarly, a strategy provider who aims to have their trades copied must have an understanding of what investors look for in strategies.
The strategy page is where an investor can learn more about a particular strategy and the provider of that strategy, and where a strategy provider can showcase their unique strategy in-depth to potential investors.
Open a strategy page:
- Log into the Social Trading app.
- Scroll through the available strategies presented or filter these strategies based on return and your preferred filters.
- Select a strategy.
Let’s take a deeper look into the tools, metrics, and other details presented on the strategy page:
- Overview Tab
- Risk Score
- Trading Reliability Level (TRL)
- About trader
- Trading Period
- News Feed
On the top of the screen of any strategy, you can favorite and share a strategy; simply tap on the star icon or share icon respectively.
This tab details a few important elements that an investor would need to consider before investing.
The risk score reflects the level of risk taken by the strategy provider. The higher the score, the greater the risk and chance of making a profit, or a loss more rapidly.
The risk scores are as follows:
- Moderate risk: 1-5
- High risk: 6-8
- Extra High risk: 9-10
Trading Reliability Level (TRL)
The TRL represents how well strategy providers manage their trading risks. The higher the level the more reliable the trading performance of that strategy provider has been.
Here’s how the breakdown of the levels:
- 0-40: Low score
- 41-70: Medium score
- 71-100: High score
The percentage of return the strategy provider is shown here. It calculates the strategy provider’s change in equity from the beginning till the end of the month.
Other important information to note is shown here such as the commission, number of current investors, leverage, and equity in USD.
This section is written by the strategy provider. It gives additional insight into the strategy, including the strategy provider’s trading style. When a strategy was created can also be viewed here.
Here it shows the ratio of which instruments are being traded by the strategy provider as a percentage.
Other information about the strategy provider in this section includes the date when the strategy provider began trading with Exness, their location, and their verification status.
This is the set amount of time between commission payments and ends on the last Friday of the month between 23:50 UTC+0 and 23:59:59 UTC +0, restarting immediately after.
This tab provides a breakdown of Return and Equity. These present a more in-depth look at the respective metric with the ability to set a time frame and change the chart type.
This section is where the strategy provider communicates with their current and potential investors.
Here is where active and archived orders are collected, under Open orders and History respectively.
Tap on an entry to expand the order details.
In every tab, you can find the Start Copying button at the bottom. Tapping on it will prompt an investor to enter an amount they wish to invest in the strategy. An investor will see a range of permissible figures, with a minimum investment amount, set by the strategy provider starting from 10 USD.
For an investor, this information can help in determining the perfect strategy that suits their trading style, while a strategy provider can further improve and implement these public metrics to further promote their strategy.
Note: Trading strategies listed on, and available for copying through, the Exness Social Trading application(s) are developed and managed by third parties. Exness accepts no responsibility for the performance of strategies made available through its Social Trading application(s). Past performance is not indicative of future results. Statistics and indicators provided by Exness for each strategy have inherent limitations. No representation is being made that the strategies will or are likely to achieve profits or losses in accordance with the statistics and indicators shown.
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