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Rebalance view

Rebalance view shows the rebalance history, i.e. who has rebalanced which portfolios and when. In addition, Rebalance view allows you to view the details of the rebalances conducted in the system, delete previous rebalances, rebalance portfolios and modify model portfolios saved in the system.


Browse through the rebalance history

Rebalance view shows you the rebalance history, or lists the rebalances conducted in the system. The rebalances are listed by default based on the rebalance date, newest first. Rebalance history shows you:

Creation date

The date when the rebalance was conducted.


Username of the user who conducted the rebalance.

Group, customer, portfolio

Portfolios that were rebalanced (semicolon-separated list of portfolio IDs).

Criteria for rebalancing

Criteria the rebalance was conducted with (rest of the columns correspond with the criteria you can select in the Rebalance window, and indicate which selections the rebalance was conducted with).

You can filter the rebalance history based on any of the information on the view. For example, you can easily search for rebalances conducted on a specific date, conducted by a specific user, or involving a specific portfolio. In addition, you can utilize the rebalance memo to find the rebalance you are looking for.

Users with limited visibility can only see the rebalances conducted by themselves or other users with the same role(s) - this ensures the users are not able to access information on portfolios that they are not allowed to access. For more information about limited visibility, see Set up limited visibility for one user and Set up limited visibility for many users.

Manage previous rebalances

Rebalance view also allows you to view the details of the rebalances conducted in the system, and delete previous rebalances. To view more details of a single rebalance, locate the rebalance from the listing and double-click it to see rebalance details in a new window.


Rebalance details shows you information on the positions at the time of the rebalance. You can essentially see what was the situation in the portfolio at the time of the rebalance: you can see which positions each portfolio contained at the time of the rebalance, what was their share in the portfolio, what was the model portfolio share, and what was the new share used in rebalancing. This information indicates what the rebalance was based on: what positions you had, and what shares the rebalance used to determine how much to buy and sell. With the position information in the rebalance details and the parameter selections available on the rebalance view you can "back-track" each rebalance and determine what kind of information the rebalance was based on.

You can also see a list of trade orders created from the rebalance through the Show trade orders button. Trade orders are listed in a similar table you'll see when viewing the suggested trade orders from rebalancing. The list of trade orders shows the trade orders created based on the rebalance that are still available in the system - if you rebalance a portfolio and delete the trade orders manually (or rebalance the portfolio again which overrides "Open" trade orders), the show trade orders might not show anything. Deleting trade orders created based on a rebalance doesn't delete the entry in the rebalance history.

Finally, you can delete a previous rebalance through the rebalance details window. Deleting a rebalance through the rebalance history removes the row from the listing, and deletes all trade orders and transactions created based on the rebalance. You cannot reverse deleting a rebalance - deleting a rebalance removes any indication that such a rebalance was ever done, and deletes all trade orders and transactions created through executing the orders as if the rebalance never happened. Deleting a rebalance is a good tool to get rid of a bunch of invalid trade orders if you for example accidentally rebalanced all your portfolios or conducted a large rebalance with incorrect parameters - however, proceed with caution when deleting a rebalance to avoid making mistakes.

Rebalancing and model portfolios

In addition, the following buttons are available at the bottom of the Rebalance view:


Opens the Rebalance window for you to rebalance portfolios linked to a chosen model portfolio.

Model portfolio

Opens the Model portfolio window for modifying and adding model portfolios.