We’ve had some amazing feedback from our traders since we launched the New eToro. Most of the comments have been very positive and we also got a lot of interesting suggestions and ideas for improvements. Two features in particular were highly requested; one was the ability to see other people’s past trades, the other was a trailing stop loss.
We’ve been working on the Public History feature and it’s just passed the final QA checks. We’re very proud to announce the launch of this exciting new feature and are confident that it will really enhance the social trading experience and allow even more effective ‘trader analysis’.
Public history lets you see other users’ historical trades and copies in several timeframes (7 days, 30 days, 3 months, 6 months and 1 year), and is no longer limited to “the last 100 trades” as it was in previous versions.
To see a trader or Popular Investor’s public history, simply go to their public portfolio, choose “Portfolio” from the dropdown menu and select “history”.
You can also filter results based on markets and people, and switch between flat view (that shows all trades – copied and manual) and a summary view that aggregates all the trades on any particular instrument (e.g. if you want to see the history for EURUSD all the trades will be grouped together rather than shown one by one).
Trailing Stop Loss
Trailing Stop Loss was the most asked for new feature after Public History. We’ve been working on a Trailing Stop Loss feature and it’s now in the final stages of design and testing, we’re going to be launching it in the near future. Check back here for all the latest news and updates about this great new eToro feature!
It’s your feedback, criticism and ideas that help us to innovate and keep on improving the New eToro.
We’d love to hear what you think about the new Public History. Got an idea, or other feedback about New eToro, our trading platform and website? Let us know in the comments below.Note: Past performance is not an indication of future results. This post is not investment advice. CFD trading bears risk to your capital.