Knowledge BaseQuestion: What operating system does TradeMiner work on? What are the minimum system requirements?Answer: TradeMiner works on any Windows operating system for a PC or laptop, Mac operating system or Linux operating system. As for minimum system requirements: The more memory you have, and the faster your computers CPU, the more efficient your TradeMiner environment will be. We Recommend having a minimum of 2 GB of RAM and 1 GB of Storage. Question: How much is the data service?Answer: Purchase TradeMiner today, and receive free data and alerts for one year. After that, each TradeMiner is a nominal fee of $99 per year thereafter for one market or $149 per year for all three markets if you would like the most up-to-date data. However, TradeMiner will still work without the most recent year of data added into the TradeMiner Database. Additionally, the neural network calculations use the current year market data to calculate the probabilities for upcoming trends. All market data necessary to use TradeMiner loads when you open the software. The search results are easy to understand are derived from proprietary algorithms developed by a team of experts that took years to perfect. Question: What markets are included in TradeMiner?Answer:Stocks Version:•S&P500, NASDAQ 100, the DOW Industrials, plus many additional popular stocks and ETF’s.(These are all the very best stocks with high volume, and options trading capabilities.)Futures Version:•Almost every single commodity you can imagine, from all the major US exchanges.Forex Version:•The top 24 commonly traded currency pairs.New markets are being added on a regular basis.Question: How long have you been in business? Are you here today, and gone tomorrow?Answer: Gecko Software has been in business for over 19 years. We recently received an award for being one of the top 25 software developers in our industry, and we fully expect to be around far into the future. Gecko Software’s flagship product, Track 'n Trade Stocks, Futures & Forex LIVE Trading Platform and Charting Software, has also received Stocks & Commodities Magazine's Annual Readers Choice Award six times.Question: How do I get started?Answer: Click the "Add To Chart" button found on the Home Page of this website, and you'll be linked into a page where you can download your copy of the software. Once you install the software, make sure to register, and watch the educational “How To” videos provided.Question: How long will I have to wait?Answer: There will be no waiting! On the next page, after you fill in the form, you will be given a link to download the software so you can get started right away.Question: If I have any additional questions who do I call?Answer: For software assistance questions, call our help desk toll free: 1-800-862-7193 Ext. 3, or for product related questions call at the same 800 number, but select Extension 2. We look forward to helping you.
*Trading financial instruments, including Stocks, Futures, Forex or Options on margin, carries a high level of risk and is not suitable for all investors. The high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you. Before deciding to invest in any of these financial instruments you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite. Only risk capital should be used for trading and only those with sufficient risk capital should consider trading. The possibility exists that you could sustain losses exceeding your initial investment. You should be aware of all the risks associated with trading and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any doubts. Past performance, whether actual or hypothetical, is not necessarily indicative of future results. All depictions of trades whether by video or image are for illustrative purposes only and not a recommendation to buy or sell any particular financial instrument. Due to trade commissions variability they have not been factored into any trade examples. The impact on market prices due to seasonal or market cycles may already be reflected in market prices. See full risk disclosure.