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I was wondering if you could build a statistics pie chart similar to a diary or balance sheet to help traders look at their ratios and see their statistics to gauge their performance. This would greatly improve trading and education with logical suggestions built in to stop stupid traders repeating a circle of over trading and messing about with their stops, plus you could review ratios and then improved traders could go up in a leader board and discuss their strategies to the lower ranks.

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Hi tiger131, that's a really great idea and maybe something we can develop for the platform in the future. I've passed on your suggestion to the relevant team and they will be able to look into the feasibility of this. Any feedback/suggestions are appreciated so keep them coming!


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