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Formal release of TradeRadar software version 4.1 now available

This post is to announce that the full install of TradeRadar version 4.1 is now available. For those who have never used TradeRadar, this will provide all the components necessary to install and run this most recent version of the software.

The two screens that have been updated are now displayed on the Features page. The Download pages now provide both the 4.1 upgrade and the 4.1 full install. In addition, the latest help file is available for your review.

New Features in version 4.1 --

The major new features in this version include the following:
  • Auto checkbox – automatically sets up the chart for the type of signal you are looking for. Select either BUY signal – smooth or SELL signal – smooth. Click the Update Chart button and the software will automatically try to find the best chart setup.
  • Classic Trend – For a BUY signal using daily data, for example, this chart feature shows the line that could be drawn connecting the cyclic peaks made by the daily high prices. When the stock closes above this trend line, you would have a classic trend reversal. This is different from the TradeRadar slope or trend calculation that is related to daily closing prices.
  • "Signal in the Zone" indicator – For a signal to be valid, it has to be in the "zone." This new Dashboard indicator describes whether the TradeRadar signal is sort of in the zone, solidly in the zone or completely out of the zone. This is very important for confirming the analysis derived from the other TradeRadar indicators.
As mentioned above, you can check out screen shots and read the help file on our Features page. For more detailed descriptions of the new features, check out our earlier post "Advance Release - TradeRadar Stock Analysis Software version 4.1"

Feedback welcome --

Try the new version of TradeRadar. Let us know how it works for you. Feel free to leave your opinions in the comments or email TradeRadarOperator directly (see the Contact Me box in the left sidebar). I am always happy to respond to questions on the install process or any other issues you may encounter.

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