- Covestor does not include cash holdings, so it takes my positions and assumes that I'm 100% invested. To view my cash allocation, you have to go to the site directly and select the option to include cash -- I think. I'll need to see how this works myself. I'm rarely 100% invested in anything. However, for this kind of scalping strategy, I do take rather large positions.
- All information is delayed by one day, so there is no way to see when I'm entering or exiting a position, although the next day you can see what I bought and what price I got. The day after that you can see the price at which I sold it.
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
New Covestor Feature
Now that my brokerage account is synced up to Covestor, you can view all the trades I've made and see how I'm performing vs the S&P. A couple warnings about interpreting the results shown on Covestor: