Tape Reading Visually

The only way to really discover how powerful, intuitive, and accessible AlphaReveal 2 really is -- is to take the free trial. 

AlphaReveal 2 makes tape reading instantly accessible to chart based traders. In the video below, I show various ways to read the tape in AlphaReveal using a very visual method while still having access to all the information -- and a lot more! -- that old school tape readers would have. I'm able to clear the histograms to start tracking the order flow visually anew using the keyboard. Likewise, I can choose to display or not to display advanced level 2 analytics. Changes in market depth often lead to changes in the order flow.

It pays to pay attention to both price and price momentum which can be invaluable when combined with the order flow. And, it is easy to track the price in our platform. It is, also, useful to know if the order flow is able to drive the price to new highs or lows. The QuantTape(TM) running the levels ladder algo makes it easy to see whether the order flow is able to drive the price or whether limit order traders are stepping up and taking the other side.

Visually Reading The Tape With AlphaReveal 2! (Set to music. No commentary)

Wednesday, August 28, 2013 12:14:00 PM

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