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Slide show demonstrates ease of use of new Trade-Radar Stock Inspector software

With the release of the latest version of the Trade-Radar Stock Inspector software we have to redo some of the documentation that was previously used to introduce users to the program. The updated slideshow below shows some of the software's new features and highlights its simplicity.

I have always contended that the Trade-Radar software is very easy to use. There are two main areas that the following slideshow demonstrates:
  • Charting - setting up the chart to generate the indicators may not be immediately obvious to new users. The slideshow below describes how to use the new "Automatic Chart Setup" feature as a shortcut. 
  • Evaluating Indicators - all three tabs on the revamped and greatly expanded Dashboard screen and all the associated indicators are displayed. The slideshow goes on to explain how to evaluate our indicators and make your final Buy or Sell decision. 
On to the slideshow! (Look for the icon that allows you to view in full screen mode.)

Note that the "Automatic Chart Setup" feature on the Chart screen can be turned off so you can manually adjust the date range, the filtering and sensitivity if you so desire.

More info --

The following links provide more information and show you where to download:
  • Features page - more screenshots of features not covered in the slideshow
  • Download page - downloads of the 45-day trial are always free. When the trial period ends, the Dashboard becomes inactive but the Chart screen will continue to work. You can register for a key to unlock the Dashboard at any time by clicking on the Register menu item within the program.
If you have further questions, be sure to leave a comment or email me.

Hat tip to SlideShare.net for providing the ability to put presentations on line.

Remember, if this looks good to you, please go to our Download page and take advantage of the free 45-day trial.

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