From the time Market Analyst first introduced RRG charts, RRG Research have been continually working with their developers on how we can take this unique and powerful visual format of RRG and build upon it with new, even more powerful, features for the MA private trader clients and market professionals.
Some of these include support for Intraday data, the ability to track the relative rotation of currencies, dragging through historical values to visualise how the market rotates, standard deviation filters and bar colour coding. A number of features that are only available in Market Analyst 7. And we’re not finished yet, there is much more work in the pipeline!
So far the RRG module was only available as a, paid, additional subscription for MA users. RRG-Lite for “Trader Services” clients and RRG-Full for “Professional services”.
Recently we have been talking to the team at Market Analyst on their wish to make RRG charts available for all their clients with a valid subscription (either Trader Services or Professional Services).
As a result of these discussions we are pleased to announce that as of the 1st of October 2014, all copies of Market Analyst 7 with an active subscription to Trader Services will receive access to the RRG Lite module as a part of their subscription bundle (and at no extra cost!). All copies of Market Analyst 7 with an active subscription to Professional Services will receive access to the Full RRG module.
This represents incredible value, with the Trader Services package now including:
• 1 Region’s EOD data (Australian, US, Canada)
• Premium support
• Market Analyst Updates & Upgrades
• Support for Real-Time data connections
• Lifetime access to our standard support services
• And Now: ACCESS TO RRG LITE MODULE
Learning More about RRG
Mathew Verdouw, the CEO of Market Analyst International, will be hosting a series of webinars over the coming weeks, with an in-depth overview on how the RRG can be used throughout a number of different trading strategies and markets, with practical examples you can follow. The 1st introductory webinar is completely free, and will be held on Tuesday the 7th of October, at 7.30pm AEST (Sydney) which translates to 5.30am EDT (New York) and 10.30am BST (London). Join here. See Market Analyst for free