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Knowing how to use a new platform or even navigate through an updated one can be an entire learning curve in itself. Let us help you understand how to navigate through NinjaTrader. You will learn all the essentials and more! Plus you’ll have access to some of the specially designed RDT indicators and workspaces so you can kick-start your day trading today!Get Started Now
With 7 Videos + Indicators and Workspaces- You’ll Have Everything You Need to Set up and Navigate Through the NinjaTrader8 Platform.
Lesson 1: NinjaTrader8 Download and Install
Here you will learn where to go to properly download and Install NinjaTrader8.
Lesson 2: NinjaTrader8 Data Feed Connection Guide
Here you will learn how to properly set up your Data Feed so that you can connect your data to your platform.
Lesson 3: Navigating Through the Control Center
Here you will learn about the buttons in the Control Center and understand a bit deeper how and why you would use the ones you will find most valuable.
Lesson 4: Downloading and Install the RDT Indicators for NinjaTrader8
Here you will have written instructions to follow that will teach you how to download and install the RDT indicators that come with the Platform Fundamentals course.
Lesson 5: Downloading and Install the Workspaces for NinjaTrader8
Here you will walk through written instructions on how to download and install the RDT Workspaces. As not to overload you, we start you out with a 2 chart system. When you’re ready to incorporate more into your trading charts, the full workspace is in the course.
Lesson 6: Using the Tools at the Top of NinjaTrader8 and Chart Movement
Here you will learn how to use the tools and buttons at the top of your charts. No matter what timeframe or type of bar chart you use, you will want to know how to use the buttons at the top of the chart and how to move the chart around for ease and functionality.
Lesson 7: Drawing Tools Walk-Through
Here we walk you through the drawing tools so you can mark up your charts. You may want to do this for a particular lesson, to created support and resistance areas or even to simply remember why you did or did not take a trade.
Lesson 8: Understanding the Basics of Chart Trader
Here we will walk you through chart trader and how to trade directly on your charts. Understanding how to use Chart Basics will be a huge value to yourself so you know exactly what you’re looking at and how to execute your trades properly.
Lesson 9: Setting Up ATM Strategies in Chart Trader
Here we talk about how to make sure you always have a stop and target in place when you take trades. Also, it will cover how to incorporate more contracts with multiple exits if you’re looking to trade more than 1 contract at a time.
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