Power Training With Recording

We recently made screen recordings for our NinjaTrader webinar, "Discover Tape Reading". Due to limited production time, we were only able to include a few examples out of the many recordings we made. Even so, the videos showed enough promise such that we've started to incorporate screen recording and review into our training. Recording AlphaReveal live and then having the ability to review those replays is one of the most promising techniques we've found.

Of course, our software fully supports NinjaTrader's Market Replay-- another invaluable tool. However,  the ability to watch the screen exactly as we seen it play out live provides a context and perspective that is new. In addition, the ability to speed up, slow down, and jump around in the recorded video offers amazing possibilities.

We've found that contrary to the popular perception that the market moves too fast to trade that instead many of the best moves develop slowly over time. Indeed, instead of the market being too fast to trade, it may be a case of "too slow" to see. A key requirement is the fact that AlphaReveal reveals the order flow and order book information that would otherwise remain invisible.

Speaking of AlphaReveal, if you're excited to see what we see then sign up for our 14 day free trial today! Just click the "Free Trial" option in the menu bar up top to get started.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013 7:51:00 PM


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