Quick Start
A tutorial guide on how to quickly and easily setup a StockHero bot
StockHero allows you to automate trades right from your computer or phone. No coding skills are needed. Trade popular stocks such as Tesla or Apple with bots based on technical indicators 24/7. Sign up with StockHero and get your first bot running in just 5 simple steps.
You can also rent one of the bot from our Bots Marketplace to get going fast.

1. Asset

Start by connecting a brokerage or use a simulated paper trading account. In StockHero, a paper trading brokerage named "Paper" has been created by default. All trades done within the Paper brokerage are risk free and use fake funds. Once your brokerage account has been connected, a list of available stocks will be available to you for selection.
A Long strategy requires your brokerage currency, usually in USD and a Short strategy requires you to hold the underlying stock, AAPL in the example. StockHero trades spot markets.
(The Create Bot window. Image shown depicts StockHero's web app UI)

2. Trade Parameters

StockHero will pull your balance data live from the brokerage account and determine the available balance to assign to the bot. Set the allocation of funds and how the bot handles the fund here.
(Allocate your funds, set order types and more)

3. Entry Conditions

StockHero allows different rules for entering and exiting a Deal. Users may enter with BB and exit with EMA or set up multiple 'and' and 'or' rules with multiple indicators.
(Configure your bot's entry condition)

4. Exit Conditions

Exit Conditions using a technical indicator is not a requirement. Users can choose to exit using Take Profit or simply using Stop-loss for a buy and hold strategy. Stop-loss and Take Profit are not considered indicators and will be prioritised ahead of any indicators set.
(Set exit conditions such as Take Profit and Stoploss)

5. Backtesting

You may now backtest your strategy across different time frames to ensure the strategy is viable. Past performance does not guarantee future results. Backtesting is only a tool to evaluate a bot based on historical data.
StockHero allows you to backtest various time windows. For example
1D = Last 24 hours
1W = Last 7 days
After you have selected the time window, simply click the Run Backtest button. Professional plan users will have the option to run custom backtest time window.
(Select the time window for backtesting)
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1. Asset
2. Trade Parameters
3. Entry Conditions
4. Exit Conditions
5. Backtesting