Software Manual

DMIC2059 Proprietary Software graphics are easy to follow, both on the live Chart and on the Panel beside the chart. The program is built into NinjaTrader...DMIC2059 software stands alone as a new and unique application for E-Mini Intra-Day Futures trading. No other software is needed, but all NT indicators remain accessible. The new IAI software indicators are carefully explained in the Software Manuals. The major reference manual is 16 chapters describing the signals, with chart examples and research details. In chapters seven, eight and nine the Software is explained in detail. The Express Manual is about 150 pages and can be read over the week-end. The ‘PURCHASE’ button gives full details of the indicators and programs.

(A) Over-View

1) Start-up!

2) Over-View

3) New Intra-Day Wave Indicator

4) Break-Out

5) DMIC 1 – 3 -10 Day Relationships (Context & Swing)

6) Part A) Objective Met

     Part B) Non-Trend Market Days – Early Recognition

     Part C) Market Reverse Projected

(B) Proprietary Software Analysis & Signals

7) Proprietary Software – Parts A-B-C

8) Intra-Day Market – Daily Time & Price Meter

9) The Intra-Day Market Key

(C) Research Details

10) Part A) Conditions Precedent &

       Part B) DMIC Financial Index Cross-Reference Indicator

11) Conflict

12) Sell Days – How Software Projected The Flash Crash & Other Key Sell-Off Days

13) Buy Days – The Formula

14) Narrow Range Days – Projected Analysis At  665 Crash Low

15) Part A) Full Range Days

       Part B) Volatile Days                  –   The New Analysis

       Part C) DMIC Code Indicator    –    Code keys

(D) Index Reference

16) Chapters 1 – 15 Individual Chapter Menus

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