Strategies running on the Superalgos Platform consist of rules that dictate how the strategy operates. There are rules for establishing in what precise market situations the strategy shall be triggered, and there are rules that determine the exact situations in which the strategy shall take a position. More rules determine the stop loss and take profit targets. All of these rules are visible to the user, right within the user interface. The built-in interactive documentation teaches you how to read them. We hope you put these features to good use.
In addition, the strategies made available with Superalgos Smart Holding have their own repositories on Github. Repositories feature README files explaining the strategies, describing the main trading idea and how it is implemented. Also covered in the explanation is the strategy track-record, both in terms of backtesting and also in terms of live-trading. That said, you do not need to trust these numbers. Instead, you should backtest the strategies yourself.
The Superalgos Platform features easy to use strategy testing features, including backtesting (testing over historical data), paper trading (a live simulation) and forward testing (trading live but with a fraction of available capital), as well as live trading capabilities. The Basic Use section of the built-in interactive documentation encourages you—and shows you how—to test strategies before actually deploying them. As you can see, you do have all the tools to understand what strategies do, and to decide for yourself how to use them.