ESignal upgrades end-of-day trading dashboard tool
31 January 2006 | 1897 views | 0
ESignal, a division of Interactive Data Corporation (NYSE: IDC) and a leading provider of streaming, real-time financial market data, news, analytics and decision support tools to professional and individual traders, today announced the immediate availability of Advanced GET End-of-Day, version 9.1.
Combining an all new dashboard with many of the features offered in Advanced GET, Advanced GET End-of-Day 9.1 enhances the capabilities of investors to make timely decisions by taking the complexity out of scanning charts for Type I and Type II trades and automatically identifying these trade types. The new dashboard can monitor up to 80 charts within a single window and alert investors when "Type I" and "Type II" trade types are identified. Users will also appreciate a new graphical interface that has been updated to allow users to better customize their desktop. Other features include access to company profiles with fundamental data and a new symbol search.
eSignal is also providing an extensive coaching, support and training package for anyone upgrading to or purchasing Advanced GET End-of-Day 9.1. The package includes three months of online small group Advanced GET coaching, mentoring and training by eSignal's experienced traders, who use Advanced GET in their personal trading.
"Successful trading isn't the result of using more tools than the next person - it's using the right tools, with the right training in the use of those tools," said Paul Famular, eSignal's vice president of global sales. "With this new release, we're enhancing an award-winning set of tools and combining them with the educational resources necessary to help investors maximize the potential of those tools."
"As a seasoned trader, I was thrilled with both the new program and the training provided for Advanced GET," said Tyler P. Duffy, Managing Director for Capital Wealth Advisors, LLC, and an Advanced GET 9.1 beta user. "The training was invaluable. I quickly learned how to properly use the tools and apply the time-honored principles of this rule-based approach to trading."