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Computerized Investing > April 27, 2013

Daytrader Companion 1.7.1

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by CI Staff

Daytrader Companion is a Windows program that displays results of exit points and gain-loss scenarios. This application is designed for new and experienced stock and options traders.

There are two different modes available: Daytrade and Option. In Daytrade mode, the user will input whether they bought or shorted the security, the price, the quantity and any additional fees associated with the transaction in the Entry box. In the Exit box, users input the sell price, exit level and unit of currency. After hitting “run,” Daytrader will automatically generate gains or losses for each exit level. It shows different exit prices based on the unit you input, and multiplies the number of shares you sold by the exit price to show precise dollar amounts.

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