Registered: Aug 2009
10-18-12 12:42 AM
Not really, but in the same area as they are in.
We are aiming to take it to the next level by simplifying the user interface to something that is easy to understand and follow for everyone, while making it more useful and powerful than anything else out there.
Users are never in the dark as to what a strategy is doing - they can see the info (buy,sell, fills, cancels etc) which scrolls live on the site. Switching systems happens with the click of a mouse.
Systems that trade multiple symbols (such as nasdaq 100 systems, basket trading systems) allow users to choose which symbols to create a portfolio out of based on live trading stats and only get signals on those symbols they wish to see in their portfolio (if you want to have fun with it). Or you can just enable all and let it run - its up to the user.
You can mouse over a symbol live and see the trading stats instantly for that system and symbol which allows traders to make a decision as to whether to follow that signal or not.
There is a lot more to it than this, we are at phase I of the build out process.
The site was finished about 5 weeks ago, the developer part (allowing outside developers to add systems automatically) about 10 days ago.