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Since a portfolio can have a variety of stocks that behave differently within the portfolio, it would help to more accurately track the performance of a portfolio if it was possible to set different stop loss criteria to individual stocks within the portfolio instead of the whole portfolio1 vote
Stop Criteria can be set on individual stocks of the portfolio by right-clicking the holding in the grid and choosing Edit Stop Criteria.
This feature is available in VectorVest 7 by clicking Add Trade and choosing Sell Long as the Trade Type. The dialog will then allow you to choose the position to sell, as well as the Price/Share and Quantity.
If using portfolio automation add a user definded condition to specify the number of day to wait before repurchasing a stock the portfolio just sold.1 vote
Limit Duplicate Repurchases is available in the latest version of VectorVest 7 portfolio automation.
Is it possible to add a trade without pressing the get price button?1 vote
In the Add Trade dialog, you have the option of clicking Get Price to get the price of the stock at that point in time.
Or you can add your own price by typing a price into the texbox.
Bug, in Portfolios > Manage Portfolios> Edit Portfolios Automation> Long> Choose Stop Criteria> Prior Day's Stop Price. When you set this it seems to work, but when you go back to to check it , it returns to default. Other stop criteria does not work ether Trailing Average True Range Stop.1 vote
I've noticed in one of my portfolios that trades are happening after hours even though I have it configured to "NOT" check afterhours. The stop criteria for this portfolio is based on %G/L.1 vote
This issue should no longer exist in Portfolio Automation in VectorVest 7.
Something is wrong with the software as only allows one entry of a past trade. If I try to enter a trade that occoured at several prices on the fill it will not comprehend more than one entry.1 vote
This issue was resolved in the latest update (220.127.116.11) to VectorVest 7.
The value shown in the Table and on chart for portfolio performance do not match for EOD data. The figure in the Table on the left is correct but the figure on the chart is not displayed correctly. This is a bug.1 vote
This issue has been resolved in Version 1.1.9 of VectorVest 7, which is currently being rolled out.
allow for default setting of EOD1 vote
You can set the Portfolio Graph to default to either EOD or Intraday by going to Settings (button in top-right corner of application), Portfolio tab, and then choosing the Default Graph Type.
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