At Anny, we've designed the Marketplace with one goal in mind – to help our clients find the best signals and strategies that align with their trading styles. This area is divided into three tabs: Strategies, Signal Groups, and Copy Trading, each offering a diverse list of providers and valuable metrics.
Our Marketplace's core values have been shaped by extensive feedback from our end users and partners. We've put significant effort into making the Marketplace an effective and fair analytical tool, providing standard financial market metrics and risk warnings to assist you in making well-informed investment decisions.
The PNL is estimated differently for strategies, signal groups and copy trading:
- Strategies: Strategy managers commit to executing a strategy using algorithms, smart automation, and human interventions. Multiple managers can view and manage positions, and the PnL is estimated based on the strategy's execution.
- Signal groups: Signal groups provide entry opportunities, but you are responsible for managing the trades. The PnL is estimated at target 1 since it determines the win ratio for the group.
- Copy trading: Lead traders use Anny's smart trading automation, algorithms, and TradingView integrations to execute their trades. The PnL for copy trading accurately reflects the lead trader's return, although they are not aware of your copied positions.
- Cumulative: the estimated sum of the profit over the capital of each trade.
👉 Results are not compounded.
👉 The amount is estimated, variations may occur due to fees and market orders.
👉 Example: Consider an allocation of 1000 USD and a signal that recommends investing 10% of the allocation. If the PnL of the signal is 10%, the profit over the capital will be 1% (1% over 1000 USD allocation)
- Monthly return: the estimated average return per month.
The cumulative return is divided by the number of months in scope.
- Win ratio: the success rate of the signals in the period. It refers to how many signals are returned in a positive PNL over the total number of signals.
- Drawdown: the maximum loss over capital taken on a single day.
- Signals: the total number of closed signals over the period being inspected.
Note: result calculations discount the exchange fees.
- +50% of allocation taken
- Loss risk greater than -30%
- Drawdown greater than -30%
- Waste greater than 10%
Waste can be caused by the following reasons:
- The number of signals overtook the capital allocation and therefore no positions were opened.
- Signals without any open positions are monitored for 24 hours only.
- The signal did not close during the maximum monitoring period of 3 months.
Note: the risk limiter is also enforced for signals generated via API or Telegram. If you exceed the limit, the signal is not even registered.
- Limit orders executed at a better price
- Market orders executed with an average price different from the signal
- Exchange fees