by CI Staff
Trade-Radar Stock Inspector is a program designed to help investors analyze data on stocks, mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), indexes and other important elements in an investor’s portfolio. To begin your analysis, click File, then “data import.” Users have the option to load data directly from Yahoo! Finance. Users get to pick the data range. If you wish to download more than one stock’s information at once, you can create a “batch file” on your computer to store the data.
If you download one stock’s information, a chart will pop up on the main screen. Users can choose how much data is displayed on the chart. If you don’t have specific points of time in mind, Trade-Radar has predefined intervals: short-term, medium-term, and long-term. Underneath the price data chart is a buy-sell signal chart. The system identifies reversals in price movements, and investors then have to figure out whether the reversal is significant enough to enter into a trade with confidence. Users can choose different charts or indicators to display with drop-down menus.
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