T-Advisor, your suite to manage your portfolios and improve your performance, has created a system to award their users, as we already commented in a former post. This system in the user profile displays several challenges to achieve. Specifically, four of the eight global achievements are related to the results of your portfolios.
If you structure your investments in portfolios, you can obtain better results, as you are providing a focus to them. Portfolios can be organized by sectors, countries, currencies… In any case, they are created to get advantages of a collection of several assets. In T-Advisor, we think that these actions have to be awarded.
You get more points and medals, if you complete more individual goals in every achievement. For instance, as you can see in the picture above, you obtain points with positive returns, but there are others, as diversification, positive trend or score. At the end, you obtain a sum of points that measure your ability to manage your investments. This ability is ranked. The more points and medals you obtain, the higher your position is.
In fact, portfolios have their own ranking. There are also several community options. You can set your portfolios as public clicking in the portfolio profile and you can follow other users’ portfolios. Users can view the structure of the portfolio, but never the amount that you have invested. They can also see your returns as a proportion, but never the absolute quantity.
At the end, what do you receive? The more medals as a user and as a portfolio manager bring you the chance to be in a higher position in the ranking, but the most important thing is that you obtain accurate marks about your ability in finances. The achievements provide you some hints to follow that every investor should always consider: good returns, good trend and wide diversification. Do you accept the T-Advisor medal challenge?