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|The latest version includes many enhancements to the Trader|
Preferences and Strategy Wizard:
1) Added FundsAllocated and FundsAvailable to the Preferences screen.
Sum for each stock owned(Max_Shares_Per_Symbol * Share_Price).
Current Account Value - FundsAllocated
2) Added additional Preferences screen called (Strategy_Preferences).
This is a menu item found at the top of the Preferences screen.
It contains the trader preferences for the current long and short
strategies. If you modify them in the trader program, the changes
are automatically saved to the database and made available to the
Strategy Wizard. The information is also found on Tab 1 in the
Also, since this information is maintained at the Strategy
level, you can set different Preferences for your Long and
3) Added a Help system to the Strategy Wizard.
Just click the Turn_Help_On button on the upper right corner
of the Strategy Wizard, then put your mouse arrow on any field
for a description of that field.
4) When Saving any changes to the Trader Preferences or the
Strategy Wizard, it will now put up a message to inform you
if the proposed changes will clear the Strategy Statistics.
Please report any questions you may have to the CoolTrade
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