...sceeto | What The Next Revolution In Trading Looks Like
...sceeto Streams High-End Algorithmic Data Directly Into TradeStation & NinjaTrader.
Data that was once accessible only to hedge funds, quant shops and proprietary trading desks who have gigantic budgets for software development and system administration, is now available to anyone who has an internet connection and either a TradeStation or NinjaTrader license.
...sceeto Generates This Algorithmic Output By Crunching Massive Amounts Of Market Data In The ...sceeto Cloud.
We here at ...sceeto do all of the heavy-lifting.
You get all of the harvested data.
Mom & Pop Traders Can Now Compete With Their Larger Cousins By Using These Components:
Order Flow Monitor - Order Flow Monitor plots specific ‘events’ that occur within the Order Flow of both the electronic futures markets and equity markets which have the capacity to move the market.
WOW Index [Weiss Order Weighted Index] - The WOW Index determines the dominate direction within the Order Flow of the S&P 500 e-Mini. The WOW Index allows traders to align their trades with the institutional, hedge fund, quant shop, and prop desk order flow that is the primary determinant of price direction. The WOW Index is the handiest tool that a trader can leverage to readily allow them to go with the flow and to never 'fight the tape'.
MacDaddy - MacDaddy, in our opinion, the world's fastest momentum algorithm. We know that it’s a big claim to say that one particular algo is the absolute fastest, but MacDaddy is - and we will be surfacing supporting data to validate this claim on our website.
If you have seen any of our videos, you will recall that changes in price are always preceded by changes in order flow....and that since all momentum algorithms are predicated on changes in price, they all fall into the category of 'lagging' indicators.
As MacDaddy is monitoring momentum changes within Order Flow, it is a 'leading' indicator...and as such, will always blow the doors off of any 'off-the-shelf' momentum indicators such as RSI, Momentum, MACD, etc.
WIND [Weiss-InterMarket-Neutrality-Detector] - WIND looks at a lot of order flow data across many, many markets. As it reads through this data it tries to deduce whether their is synchronicity amongst program trades across the bulk of these markets. By 9:45 a.m. WIND can frequently tell a trader what direction (Long Only, Short Only, Scalp or Short Swing in Either Direction) they should set their trades in for the day.