How do I invest using Jitta Playlist?

Top 30 is the first 30 stocks in the result section sorted by the criterion you’ve chosen. For example, if you sort the result by Jitta Ranking, Top 30 is the first 30 stocks in the result section as ranked by Jitta Ranking. If you sort the result by Jitta Score, then Top 30 is the first 30 stocks in the result section as ranked by Jitta Score. The annual returns produced by these two cases would differ.

Meanwhile, the backtest line (now Basket) is the performance of all the stocks in the result section combined. Sometimes Top 30 perform better. Sometimes the whole Basket performs better. We suggest you evaluate the data under the Performance and Risk Metrics tabs before making a decision.

The backtest systems shows the annual returns based on the fact that you had purchased 30 stocks at the beginning of the year and sell them at the end of the year. So if you want to invest according to the strategy in the Playlist, you’ll purchase Top 30 stocks at the beginning of the year and sell them at the end of the year. Then you’d look at the stock result produced by the Playlist again to see if there have been any changes in the ranking of the Top 30 stocks. You’ll buy the new Top 30 at the beginning of the year and sell them again at the end of the year. You’ll be doing this every year and the returns you’ll receive shouldn’t deviate too much from our backtest.

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