TradeStation Mobile app enables saving of symbols and quote lists in the cloud
This functionality will also be extended to TradeStation’s web trading tool soon.
Online trading services provider TradeStation keeps updating its mobile solutions, with the latest version of the TradeStation Mobile app for iOS-based gadgets including enhancements concerning saving of data.
Version 4.9.1 of the app, which has just been released enables saving of symbols and quote lists in the cloud . This way, the data will be accessible from any mobile device.
The company promises that this functionality will also be extended to its powerful web trading tool very soon.
The preceding update to the app offered an all-new balances experience, as the balances screen highlights important information and streams realtime account info directly to one’s device without the need to pull-to-refresh. Also, the app enabled traders to fund their account directly from the balances screen.
In May, the TradeStation Mobile app for iOS devices saw the addition of Open Interest in the Options chain. Users got access to Probability ITM (in the money), OTM (out of the money), BE & Theoretical value, which are all available directly from the Options chain. On top of that, TradeStation’s newly updated symbol search tool was enhanced to incorporate volume into the search results, which will help users quickly identify the most active stocks directly from their search. It is also more predictive and will make life easier when traders are looking for their favorite company ticker.
In May this year, the iOS app got equipped with extra five popular chart studies that provide more detailed analysis on charts. The company has added the following studies: VWAP, Momentum, Price Channels, Time Series Forecast, and Moving Average Weighted.
The frequent updates to TradeStation’s mobile applications are in tune with the corporate strategy adopted in July 2017. Back then, John Bartleman, President of TradeStation Group, announced that the company was undergoing a rebranding as it was seeking to cater for a growing clientele, including more millennials and younger traders.