::The IQXP Program Main Screen::

The IQXP Program v1.070R


One of the features of the IQXP Program is sound feedback on trades - it includes settings for bid & ask trade tracking and breakout alerts. The breakout alert sound feedback reflects global alerts for issues trading at new highs/lows, 52 wk high/lows, and breakouts for new highs in a set minute bar period range. (all user settable) In addition to visual displays of the trades in tickers and a special TradeWindow for the bid/ask display there is a multicolored logs that lets you monitor the results. It is like a time and sales window yet filtered to reflect only those issues that meet the alert conditions. By the nature of the sound feedback you know how the market is going - both its rep rate and sound coloration reflecting trade conditions. Most times it catches reversals in the market before it shows in the major indicators.

The Global Alert Tickers show the trades when a symbol trade meets the alert conditions. The alert in additon to showing on the Ticker Window also makes a unique sound and gets recorded in the Alert Log. All setting are user settable including what alerts to show, alert sound, and logging. Below shows the Global Alert Ticker Window with a snapshot of the symbols that appeared at that moment. Below the Global Alert Ticker Window is the Alert Log. The coloration of the fields gives visual help in quickly showing other information without having to look elsewhere.



The new version of the IQXP Program lets you draw Trendlines and enter notes on the charts. The program stores each time frame trendlines and notes with the historical data so they are ready the next time you view the chart. The trendlines attributes feature color selection, line thickness, and solid or simple line arrows at either end, or none.

The chart notes can have a choice of font face type, color, size, solid background color, and if it moves with the chart or is stationary (always remains at the same screen location regardless of date or price). The screen below illustrates these features.


Copyright 2004 - 2008 David Edson

updated 30 May 2008