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  • bowhunterron@ymail.com bowhunterron Jan 17, 2013 12:34 PM Flag

    OT IPAD for trading

    I trade using Fidelity Active Trader Pro. I'm not a pro, that's just the name. I travel quite a bit and have actually traded options on my IPhone 4s in a jam. I see fidelity offers an ap for its active trader pro with streaming quotes and level 2 for the IPad. I believe I would have everything I have on my laptop. Is anybody here using this set-up and how much life do you have on a charge on the IPad. I am hoping I could turn it on and leave it run for the trading day on the battery. good luck all with your trades. Bow

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    • Be careful. I find that Fidelity's Ipad apps don't function as well as on a Laptop.
      I never tried Active trader pro for Ipad.
      And I am a big Fidelity fan. I have all my accounts there. They are my bank, my broker , my IRA and 401k custodian. I saw glitches in the regular Fidelity app for Ipad.

    • Hi Bow,

      I use the iPad often or my iPhone(4S) to trade, and I use Fidelity ATP also. The down side is the lack of graphing because of Flash not being present on Apple products. It lasts all day, I also am on the road and I can charge there, if needed, or on a USB connection to my other computers. It has been useful to trade on the go...hope that helps??

      DocReits

    • bowhunterron@ymail.com bowhunterron Jan 17, 2013 4:47 PM Flag

      Thank you all for the input, Doc, it sounds like we are using similar platforms for our trading, I will pick up an IPad, these old eyes can barely see the numbers on my IPhone, so its on to the IPad. Thanks again and good luck all. Bow

 
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