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Jrinne
Feature Request: RatingPos similar to RankPos

RankPos is now available. It would be helpful to have RatingPos ("Rank System X") available for sims and ports also.

I think it would make it possible merge ports and avoid having separate ports recommend the same stock.

Example: I could merge 3 of my 5 stock ports with one buy rule and one sell rule (port has Rank X)

Buy: RankPos < 6 or RatingPos ("Rank Y") < 6 or RatingPos ("Rank Z") < 6

Sell: RankPos > 5 and RatingPos ("Rank Y") > 5 and Rating ("Rank Z") > 5

There would be no repeat recommendation of stocks in this combined port. This could help R2Go authors develop larger ports with high returns that would warrant larger fees including the $1,000 ports.
View the feature request here .

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Nov 27, 2013 10:12:26 AM       
Jrinne
Re: Feature Request: RatingPos similar to RankPos

Bumped because nbrick was wanting this excellent feature and wanted to vote on it.

Great theory, "and yet it moves."
-Quote attributed to Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) gets my personal award for the best real-world use of an indirect proof or reductio ad absurdum.
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Dec 5, 2014 10:06:38 AM       
Edit 3 times, last edit by Jrinne at Dec 5, 2014 11:25:27 AM
Jrinne
Re: Feature Request: RatingPos similar to RankPos

Bump: This would clearly help many backtest books of 2 ports where one of the ports uses Portfolio() in the buy rules.

Great theory, "and yet it moves."
-Quote attributed to Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) gets my personal award for the best real-world use of an indirect proof or reductio ad absurdum.
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Dec 7, 2016 7:54:36 AM       
aschiff
Feature Request Closed

The feature has been implemented on the development branch due for release in the coming weeks.

Aaron
Portfolio123 Staff

Dec 7, 2016 1:19:06 PM       
Jrinne
Re: Feature Request Closed

So very cool!!!

Thank you so much!!!!!

Great theory, "and yet it moves."
-Quote attributed to Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) gets my personal award for the best real-world use of an indirect proof or reductio ad absurdum.
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Dec 7, 2016 1:25:03 PM