TradeStation Promo Codes

By on May 24, 2013

Current TradeStation Promotions:

1) Open an Account with TradeStation and trade free for 60 days (Click to redeem this offer)

About TradeStation:

TradeStation (also known as TradeStation Securities) is an online brokerage company based in Plantation, Florida. The company is best known for its analysis software and electronic trading platform as well as their own programming language, EasyLanguage. The platform features electronic order execution and allows account holders to test, optimize, monitor, and automate their own investment portfolios.

The TradeStation trading platform provides all-encompassing functionality for receiving real time data, displaying charts and graphs, entering orders and managing outstanding orders. The platform allows users to customize some existing indicators to their liking and display their own EasyLanguage programming language. TradeStation is known for having one of the best trading platforms among online brokers. Highly used by active traders and future traders because of the low commission structure.

If you are an active investor and interested in the EasyLanguage program, TradeStation has created a powerful trading tool that can monitor multiple markets in real time which may be just the brokerage for you. However, if an IRA is what you are looking for, TradeStation charges a $35 annual IRA fee and for that reason, it isn’t the best brokerage for an individual retirement account. Check out the latest coupon codes and promotions for TradeStation here.

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