TT Score

Reviewing Trading Activity

Reviewing Trading Activity

TT Score provides you the ability to identify potentially problematic trading activity, review that activity from a variety of perspectives and then record your review of that activity.

Once you have selected your data, TT Score organizes this data into clusters. You then choose a grouping method for organizing these clusters into groups or select a view that groups your clusters automatically. With your clusters now grouped, you can use TT Score data visualizations to review the selected data at three different layers of depth:

  • Groups of clusters
  • List of clusters in a cluster group
  • Individual cluster

Cluster Group Review

Using the cluster group views listed below, you examine each group of clusters to determine which of them require further review. Cluster Group reviews are conducted using the following views:

Cluster List Review

After you have identified a problematic cluster group, you review the list of individual clusters within that group to determine which clusters require further examination. Cluster list reviews are performed using the Rainbow List.

Cluster Review

You then examine an individual cluster and review the workflow actions taken by the trader in the context of the market conditions at the time. Cluster reviews are conducted using the views below:

This review process begins with the Cluster Scorecard, which provides detailed information about the cluster activity and score. From the scorecard, you can use the Market Ladder Replay and Macro views to view the trader's activity in the context of market conditions.

Review Workflow

Selected data is best reviewed by focusing on one cortex at a time. You begin by filtering the data for an individual cortex.

Note: Filters selected on the navigation bar are applied to the data only after you click the Apply button or close the filter menu.

  1. Conduct a cluster group review to identify cluster groups that need further examination using one of the Cluster Group views. Use the links below for information on using these views to identify problematic cluster groups:
  2. Selecting a problematic cluster group will open the Rainbow List with filters applied to to view only the clusters in this group. Conduct a cluster list review to identify individual clusters to review.
  3. For each identified cluster, you conduct a cluster review.

    Cluster review methods vary by cortex. Consult this summary of cluster review methods for more information.
  4. After completing a cluster review, you write your disposition for the cluster using the Cluster Scorecard.
  5. After all problematic clusters are reviewed, return to step 1, select a different Cluster Group view and repeat steps 2 through 4.

    Note: Filtering out clusters that have already been reviewed makes it easier to differentiate cluster groups that have been reviewed from cluster groups that still require review.
  6. Finally, after you have used each cluster group view and reviewed the relevant clusters within each group, you record your disposition for each group in the Alerts view.

You have completed your review for one of the cortices and can now move on to the next cortex by adjusting your cortex filter.