After about 20 minutes of talking with them I was upset to find out that they were still in beta, thinking that this meant they wouldn't accept me as a customer. But the women on the other side of the phone quickly informed me that being in beta just means they ask that you provide them with some basic feedback every month such as a 5 minute phone call to discuss any idea's or concerns you might have.
So I gratuitously accepted there terms and promptly signed up with only one concerned. How difficult would it be to use there system? I quickly discovered by logging in and being greeted with this page.
I started thinking something must be wrong there must be more to this so I called there support team back and they said not to worry and that they would email a short video walking me through there system. I received the video link in my email nearly 10 minutes later and after watching it I was shocked on how they could build this system that was so versatility and able to do so many things with the stock market but yet keep the user area of there website so clean and so easy to work with. Adding a trading account was as simple as clicking on the settings button and entering my TD Ameritrade information. Running predefined algorithms click on the data button and type in the stock symbol you would like to research. Have a algorithm you want to flash trade with click the flash trade button define the stock symbol and move on.
Shortly after defining my first flash trading algorithm I was greeted by a automated email saying Daily Flash Trading Report. I opened the email it outlined what stock it purchased and when it sold it was was shock to find out that I held over 20 different companies within the same day and only had 3 trades that lost money obviously this percentage was very good and has made me deeply interested in flash trading.