Tickeron's Paper Trades are the best way to start trading on paper without losing money. Paper Trades can be used as a testing environment for ideas generated using other products. You can review your gains or losses and adjust your trading style, risk-free. Paper Trades are available for 4,000 stocks, 1,000 ETFs, 30,000 mutual funds, 500 cryptocurrencies, and 100 Forex pairs on Tickeron.
From any Tickeron, product page, click the Paper Trades button to extract your trade ideas and test them using Paper Trades. The system will run a record of the securities you want to buy and sell, and will generate the modeled outcome. The more Paper Trades you make, the more statistics Tickeron will generate for you to determine your trading style and preferences.
Paper Trades are free for everyone. All you have to do is register with a free account. Then, if you buy any of our premium products and use them to make paper trades, the Paper Trades tool will track the source of your trade ideas. One of the simplest tools to use with Paper Trades is our buy/sell recommendations. Tickeron aggregates its daily buy/sell recommendations to use with different products.
There are three ways of accessing them.
1. To buy an intermediate membership for $15/month.
2. To buy any of our premium products and get an intermediate subscription for free.
3. To buy the annual subscription for $39/year and stay with a beginner membership.
If you have any questions, you can always call our customer support, view webcasts, and videos, or sign up for 1-on-1 lessons.
What are Paper Trades and How They Work
Tickeron offers paper Trades to keep track of open and closed positions that users want to add to their portfolios. This is a great way to see how your portfolio would fare in real life without putting money on the line. Open positions can be reallocated during off-market hours and would be locked in for the day after the morning bell. The pending orders tab contains positions that require the user’s attention.
When making a paper trade, keep in mind that every trade is a $10,000 position and can only be added or deleted during market hours. You can buy a position if you believe it is going to continue to rise, or sell if you are counting on it to go down. Paper trades support both stocks and ETFs. At the bottom of the page, you can find your open, closed, and pending trades, and can access the Tickeron newsfeed to see updates on the tickers you have bought and sold. Charts are available for both open trades, as well as open and closed trades combined, showing equity.
In addition to the live newsfeed, see stock summaries for detailed performance, the screener to find other stocks according to your parameters, and community predictions to find out what other Tickeron users have to say about the stocks you are considering.
Trades can be analyzed using Tickeron’s comprehensive statistics.
Click on the statistics to better understand what they mean and what they are used for.
Click on the box to the left of the ticker to select it, and then on any of the products available in the blue bar or contained in the ellipsis, to view the ticker’s performance in accordance with the patterns, trends, or other statistics tracked for this security.
For the summary click on show more, to see a more detailed summary of the trades with the graph included.
You can customize and select a ticker or trade to check the statistic summary with the date range.
The ellipsis contains premium products such as: Trend Prediction Engine, the Pattern Search Engine, and Real-Time Patterns Stocks and ETFs.
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