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Strategy number of subscribers

It’s strange for me that I haven’t found anywhere the number of subscribers each strategy has. I think showing this number makes it easier for potential subscribers to subscribe the system.

Is this really not available or is it only me that I don’t find it?

You can find the number of autotraders under AUM in the statistics tab .

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Thanks. I have found it now :slight_smile: but the problem is that we need to check system by system.

It would be great if we could sort the strategies by subscriber and/or AUM in the Grid.

Hi guys

If this being the case, am i right in thinking the number 1 ranked trader (NQ Positional) has only 29 paying subscribers (AUM 29)?

I’m sure like yourselves i get a weekly ‘Trading strategy of the week’ email showing Strategy managers often with 200+ ‘followers’. I took this to be subscribers, are these followers simply ‘started simulation’?

Sorry for the novice questions.

Ranking doesnt mean much , check the system AI Tqqq .

And those are autotraders numbers not all subscribers .

So there is no real way of knowing how many subscribers a strategy has?

This is a typical email, see image attached, the trader has 350 or so followers. On the stats page he has AUM 15. So is collective2 suggesting the remaining followers are a mixture of ‘subscribed non auto’, free trials? Or does this include ‘started simulation’ as well?

Trying to get a clearer understanding of how this all works.

Yes, that is correct. That is my strategy and while I wish I had 350 subscribers, most of those are simulations. Subscriber base is still relatively small.

c2 doesn’t publish number of subscribers for strategy. One can estimate it based on the auto-trade data shown on the strategy age.

In the stats the number of autotraders is given. The numbers of subs should be almost the same as the number of autotraders. I don’t think most people would pay a sub fee for a system and then not autotrade it.

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If you dont mind me asking then, how many subscribers do you have on this strategy?

People do all the time.

Is that even for expensive strategies that trade frequently and throughout the day (not just end of day / beginning of day) that people subscribe but don’t autotrade?

Maybe they don’t have enough money to match the portfolio or just want the trade alerts.

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