- Be registered with Anny. Click here to learn how to register.
- Be connected to an exchange. Click here to learn how to connect to an exchange.
Step 1: Create a signal group
For a detailed article on how to create a signal pool click here.
Step 2: Distinguishing Signal pools from Strategies
Signal pools and strategies differ in how they manage positions and measure results:
- Signals: these primarily offer entry opportunities, but the responsibility for managing the trades lies with the group members.
The success rate is primarily determined by the achievement of the first target, and Profit and Loss (PnL) calculations are based on this target.
- Strategies: strategy managers commit to executing a predetermined strategy using algorithms, smart automation, and potentially human interventions.
Multiple managers can view and manage positions.
The PnL is estimated based on the strategy's execution.
It's important to note that in a strategy, the admin's execution plan is copied to all members, restricting members from editing the automation.
Step 3: Transitioning from Signal to Strategy
If you wish to transform a signal pool into a strategy group, you need to reach out to our support team to request an evaluation and reclassification of the pool as a strategy.
To qualify for this transition, certain requirements must be met:
- You should have at least one month of real trading results, following the admin's strategy.
- The admin must invest in his own strategy.
- at the end of the month, Anny's team will assess the results to determine whether the group can be officially classified as a strategy.
- While the signal is active, you can utilize the remote control, providing assistance during the trade process. This includes updating targets, sending re-entry, trailing stop and take profit calls. Anny will then automatically execute these new orders for all your members who have enabled remote control, streamlining the trading experience for your group.
Manage a signal