eSignal

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eSignal
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Developer(s)Interactive Data Corporation
Stable release
ver. 12.1 / April 14, 2015
Operating systemWindows
TypeTechnical analysis program
Licenseproprietary
Websitewww.esignal.com

eSignal,[1] a Windows-based application, uses JavaScript as the basis for the scripting language that programmers and traders can use for building custom indicators. This, in effect, includes eSignal users in the base from which to draw programmers for writing indicators.

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eSignal[2] provides streaming, real-time market data, news and analytics. The other products offered under the eSignal brand include eSignal, Advanced GET, eSignal OnDemand,[3]

eSignal, Advanced GET,[4][5] couples eSignal’s market data, back testing and trading strategy tools with a proprietary set of indicators, including the Elliott Oscillator, eXpert Trend Locator and False Bar Stochastic. Its rules-based set-ups include the signature Advanced GET Type 1 and 2 trades.

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  1. ^ eSignal 11 Review, Mark Dooley, TraineeTrader.com, February 11, 2011.
  2. ^ Software Review: A Modern Take on What Interactive Data's eSignal Does Best. www.tradersonline-mag.com, 03/2011.
  3. ^ Software Review: Three traders at different levels of experience test OnDemand, Ulla Decken, YTEmagazine.com, July / August 2009.
  4. ^ eSignal, Advanced GET, Version 10, A Trader’s Toolbox, Trader's Magazine, November, 2007.
  5. ^ eSignal 10 and Advanced GET Edition, Parts 1 and 2, Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities, Volume 26, March 2008 and Volume 27, April 2008.

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