Customize your trading plan for greater profits using the most popular charting software The majority of professional and individual traders use some kind of trading software on which to base their strategies. With over 100,000 users, the most popular trading software today is TradeStation, published by TradeStation Technologies. While this software is favored by many, TradeStation's computer language can be confusing, especially for the novice. TradeStation Made Easy! is the first and only book to explain exactly how to use the unique computer language behind this bestselling software program. It is not meant as a replacement for the TradeStation manuals, instead it will cover the essence of programming in EasyLanguage and focus on a consistent set of data and an elementary system throughout. An easily understood guide to TradeStation that also provides tips for the user in designing a personalized trading system Endorsed by the software provider TradeStation Technologies Written in a straightforward manner, that is accessible even for those with little computer experience TradeStation Made Easy! fills a much-needed gap in this area and puts the basics of EasyLanguage in perspective. With it, you'll be able to write simple and intermediate programs that will accurately express your theories and ideas about whatever market interests you.
|Publication date:||27th November 2000|
|Author:||Sunny J. Harris, Bill Cruz|
|Publisher:||John Wiley & Sons Inc|
|Categories:||Investment & securities,|
Sunny J. Harris is a professional trader and President of Sunny Harris Enterprises, Inc. A former member of the Market Technicians Association, she is also publisher of the popular Trader's Catalog and Resource Guide (TC&RG). Ms. Harris was the number one trader two years in a row in the under-$10 million category rated by Stark Research, achieving a 365% profit in 1993 and 178% in 1994. She is the author of four other books: Trading 101, Trading 102, Electronic Day Trading 101, and Getting Started in Trading.More About Sunny J. Harris, Bill Cruz