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  • ATAA Member since Nov 2001

David developed an interested in Bonds/Shares in 1977 (whilst in United Kingdom) and later bought Shares/Stocks, initially via employee share plans and then obtained long dated Options again via employee share plans.
David discovered ATAA about 2003, in The Age Green Guide advert about the ATAA Conference.
In 2007 he became a trader in the FCT Group.
David is presently a private Investment and Futures trader using CQG, WebIRESS, Ninjatrader.
David has a BE (Hons), Electrical Engineering, University of Canterbury. He has worked mainly in IT systems, networking and Engineering.

The March of Trading Technology - 2017

Posted: 14 September, 2017 Subjects: Trading _Strategies
Source: P2017 MEL Available to: Members

Trading technology has evolved from the preserve of stockbrokers and major trading institutions with their large Trading Rooms, to a wide range of cost-effective applications running on Home PCs and laptops, through to now a myriad of applications for today's smart phones and tablets.

Relatively low cost 3G and 4G services plus quite common Wi-Fi data services have made trading on mobile platforms a worldwide phenomenon.

This presentation will extend and build upon the July 2016 version of this presentation. It will only summarize what has driven some of this change (please refer to the 2016 presentation) and then focus on a few of the latest (2017) application options which are readily available on most Smart Phones. The idea is to provide similar functions to the Windows Applications below.

Windows Applications David presently uses, or has used, include: Ninjatrader, ButtonTrader, Interactive Brokers TWS, WebIRESS, CMCMarkets, Omnitrader, CQG, eSignal. Numerous Websites, Windows, Mac Tools, iPhone, iPad & PDA style apps.

The March of Trading Technology - 2016

Posted: 10 August, 2017 Subjects: Trading _Strategies
Source: P2016 MEL Available to: Members

Trading technology has evolved from the preserve of stockbrokers and major trading institutions with their large Trading Rooms, to a wide range of cost-effective applications running on Home PCs and laptops, through to now a myriad of applications for today's smart phones and tablets.

Relatively low cost 3G and 4G services plus quite common Wi-Fi data services have made trading on mobile platforms a worldwide phenomenon.