Jump to content


Lifetime Members
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

3 Neutral

Recent Profile Visitors

1,066 profile views
  1. yes sir have Amazon. Guess I wasn't too clear, I have Andrew, Ardi, and Brians books that I've purchased (and hard copies) he can use, was looking in addition for anything specific to investing. Thanks
  2. Wanted to put out a request for any good books for a teenager with a growing passion for finance and the markets. Specifically books to understand and analyze investing. I think that Andrew, Ardi, and Brians books (*I have) will be a great start to the trading aspect, so wanted to see if anyone has any gems in investing that would be a good gift for a high schooler who wants to be the next hedge fund manager. Thanks and Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all. MikeJay *edit
  3. MikeJay

    IB TWS vs DAS

    So having both IB and TD and having started with and used DAS heres my two cents, as well as my current dilemma. DAS is a superior product and experience for daytrading when you utilize quick executions and need in and out of a trade. Its fairly simplistic user interface but sometimes thats a good thing. So i recommend first trying to understand how you think you'll trade, then try DAS for the 3 month trial to understand and learn the platform. I recommend learning with the platform you think best suits the style you intend to pursue. TD with their TOS has been what i've held and use for swing trading. Its much more intricate and nuanced with too many features. The biggest problem is the lack of ability through TOS to trade quick in and out scalps and get filled. Now you can link DAS to TD, but the last reviews I saw and consensus was the filled order was still lagging compared to IB. The issue with DAS is the cost. Now we are in post covid world, my ability to scalp / day trade more than one two days a week has diminished and I find myself not able to utilize DAS to justify the cost when I can use TOS/TD and IB directly to execute my trades either swing, or slower plotted entry and exit day trades. So now I will likely take IBs TWS for a test drive and see if that fills the need for a little better balance.
  4. Yes it’s an add-on for the subscription. Should still be $15 a month. Call DAS and they’ll add it.
  5. In getting my DAS account linked to have Replay enabled, and received a response from DAS that it is free until March 1st for IB users, then requires a $15/month subscription. Is this the only option for BBT or is there a DAS BBT package that includes Replay as standard? Thanks -MikeJay
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.