A Jack of Small Trades

Our NinjaBots [Beta] offering is in a fairly decent shape.

We have a bunch of our latest generation of order flow algorithms such as Sweep and Book Pressure functionaly deployed.

We also have a bevy of Sceetos (Self-Contained, Electronic-Exchange, Trading-Orbs) available at the click of a mouse in NinjaTrader 8.

If you have time on this coming Friday at 11:00 a.m. eastern, I would like to walk you through what we have learned by using trading bots over the last 2 year.

I think that exposure to these best trading bot practices that we have implemented might help you with your own trading.

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You are welcome to tinker with our NinjaBots [Beta] offering....to do so, simply send your NinjaTrader 8 Machine ID, your name, and email address here.

You are invited to join us for this free workshop.

When: Sep 28, 2018 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/cf00c67368395bf466858a512be5123a

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.





With greater than 50% of all market activity being automatically executed by algorithms, it has become increasingly difficult, for screen-based traders, to compete against their much faster bot trading brethren (or perhaps, bot trading nemesis).

It has been our experience that mouse-based traders tend to be more reactive to market events – which frequently makes them either too late, or too early.

We have found that using Sceetos (Self-Contained-Electronic-Exchange-Trading-Orbs) to trade on your behalf is an entirely different workflow than the conventional screen-based trading.


Sceeto traders can be more proactive in their trading by deploying algorithmically-guided trading bots to do their trading for them.

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Sceetos are these algorithmically-guided trading bots.

Sceetos will only engage in the market if they are deployed by the trader and all of their trading rules are met.

Sceetos, unlike humans, are always ready to pounce at the microsecond when all of the stars align.

Your Sceeto will also handle of the trade management.

Sceeto traders needn’t do any actual trading...rather, Sceeto traders are automatically alerted to relevant order flow and price action events, which provides them with opportunities that they can review in real-time in order to decide whether to:

  1. Immediately deploy a Sceeto
  2. Begin actively monitoring the market to glean whether a Sceeto should be deployed
  3. Stand down and wait for the next order flow or price action alert

We are hosting a workhop on Friday where we will traders through this hybrid trading Sceeto worfklow which combines the best of both man and machine

Q&A are welcome.


When: Sep 21, 2018 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


The latest version of SceetoBots supports user sizing of the Launch Pad.

This ability for a user to make the row heights and widths larger or smaller allows for touch screen deployment of SceetoBots.

This video shows SceetoBots being deployed on a Microsoft Surface Pro tablet.
However, you can simply attach a small touch-screen monitor to your current trading rig to operationlize this functionality

The painfully long era of a trader's reliance on the mouse is finally coming to an end.

We developed SceetoBots in order to save the incredible amount of time that was spent waiting for a setup to occur.

In this video, you will see how I use audio alerts on Book Pressure to let me know that it might be  good time to look up at the market.

When Book Pressure reaches a certain threshold, this is frequently a good time to take a quick look at the market to see if one or more SceetoBots should be deployed.

This approach allows me to get the kind of work done that I want to get done without unduly missing trade opportunities.

 

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