1. How do I make an algo or a strategy?

To make a strategy, follow these steps: 1. Add your stocks, enter quantity, select chart type, time frame, and holding type. 2. Put your entry and exit signals. 3. Enter Stop-Loss and Target-Profit. 4. Review your entire strategy and Run Backtest. The entry and exit conditions are based on a set of indicators and comparators. You can deploy it as paper trade to check the performance of the strategy on live markets. Note: These are virtual deployments and no real orders are placed in the market.

2. Is there any subscription required for streak.tech?

No, you can use the platform free of cost. You will have to login through your Zerodha Kite account to make the best use of the platform.

3. Which exchanges does Streak support?

Streak currently supports only the NSE exchange.

The National Stock Exchange of India Limited is the leading stock exchange of India, located in Mumbai. The NSE was established in 1992 as the first demutualized electronic exchange in the country

The trading on the exchange take place between 9 am and 3.30 pm with 15 minutes each of pre-open and post-closing sessions.


All MIS strategies deployed on Streak, for Equity and Equity F&O will expire at 3:20 PM. Open positions, if any will be squared off by the broker RMS system as per their square off time.

Example: For Broker Zerodha Square off time is 3:20 PM for Equity and 3:25 PM for Equity F&O. Whereas for Broker Angel one, the Square off time is 3:15 PM.

4. How to download the Streak app?

You can download the app here -

??? " 5. Can I make money using Streak?

The stock markets are all about probability. Streak is a trading platform that allows you to create, backtest, and deploy trading strategies using technical indicators and math operators. Streak is a DIY (Do it yourself platform) which helps in systematic trading and Virtual Deployments and to spot opportunities using systematic rules. However, it is also important to note that making money in trading is extremely hard and depends on various factors such as market conditions, risk management, and trading psychology of the individual.