16 Oct 2016
We are happy to announce that Traderwave has transited from a closed private beta phase to an open public beta mode!
What does this mean for you?
This means that you can now, simply sign up a FREE Traderwave account and start using the full suite of charting tools immediately.
No waiting, no authorization required!
More than one month back when we launched Traderwave in a private beta mode, only specially invited and selected users were given the opportunity to try out our flagship web based technical analysis tools.
Since then, we have gradually onboarded more than 600 beta users in one month and received numerous feedback and suggestions from our beta users on how to improve the Traderwave experience.
Now that we have sorted out more of the buggy issues in private beta, we figured that it is the right time for us to move out to open beta instead.
If you did not started out as one of our private beta user, I invite you to sign up as our open beta user and start using Traderwave to chart your favorite stocks!
Not Ready To Sign Up? Try Our Live Demo instead
If you find it even a hassle to sign up for a free account to try out Traderwave, we have also launched a live demo page specially for you.
This live demo page allows you to fully access Traderwave’s features and user experience without needing you to sign, login or download anything at all.
However, do note that you will not be able to save any charts or drawings in the live demo mode.
You need to open a free account in order to save your user settings.
Feedbacks From Our Private Beta Users
One of the most common feedback we received was the lack of commonly used technical indicators.
We listened to our users and since then, we have duly ramped up the development of the technical indicators over the past one month.
I am glad to say that we now have the following technical indicators and overlays available for use:
3) Stochastic Indicator
4) Moving Averages
5) Bollinger Bands (to be launched by end of Oct)
We will not rest with just these technical indicators and will continue to listen to your needs and build more highly desirable ones in the months ahead.
For the full latest updated list of features and user settings, please check out our blog post “Traderwave – Updated List Of Features”
How Long Will Traderwave Open Beta Be Free For?
As an early stage start-up that is trying to survive, we will have to find ways to generate revenue, so that we can continue to provide values to you.
At the moment, Traderwave open beta will be free for unlimited use until the first quarter of 2017.
Thereafter, we will attempt to launch a freemium pricing model.
This means that the basic version of Traderwave will remain free-of-charge to all our users.
But for our power users who see the value of using Traderwave more extensively, we will be looking to provide an affordable monthly premium subscription plan that will give them more customization and advanced features to use.
For those users who are kind enough to provide us feedbacks and suggestions on how to improve on Traderwave during the beta stage, we are looking at giving them free 6-12 months of full Traderwave use, including those premium features.
I hope you can participate in our beta feedback program.
What Are The Exciting Features Coming Up?
As I’ve shared in my previous blog post on our private beta launch, Traderwave’s vision is to build a complete trading workflow web-based solution for global retail traders that helps them:
1) Analyze and discover trading ideas using Traderwave tool
2) Execute trades directly to preferred brokers via Traderwave execution platform
3) Review trades and trading strategy using Traderwave journal tool
Right now, we are still focusing on completing the entire analysis workflow tools.
In the weeks and months ahead, other than continuing to build more technical indicators and overlays, we are also kicking off the development of a screening tool and the technical alert feature.
We are confident that we will be able to provide you a much better technical analysis experience compared to the old legacy trading tools that you might have been using all these while.
Hope you can start trying Traderwave open beta soon.
Appreciate if you can provide us any feedbacks and suggestions to help us build better tools and trading experience for you.
Talk to you soon again!
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