The power of eSignal at an affordable price
Get award-winning intraday data (15-minute delayed), easy-to-use charting tools that are flexible enough to adapt to ever-changing market conditions.
Intuitive and customizable workspace. Create your workspace and customize your favorites and detachable pages. Use built-in shortcut keys or create your own.
Stream and display events as they happen in real-time based on the alerts and filters selected. Add graphically rich columns to enhance the data and see multiple time frames at a glance.
Find new trading opportunities instantly without having to search through 1,000s of individual stocks.
Access the Advanced Technical Analysis Course through Learning Markets, which is tailored for active investors looking to improve their overall trading effectiveness.
Trading and Order Management System that connects directly with your choice of 50+ brokers.
($50 per month starting January 1st 2018)
(or Save 10% with Annual Pre-Pay)
($160 per month starting January 1st 2018)
(or Save 25% with Annual Pre-Pay)
($325 per month starting January 1st 2018)
(or Save 20% with Annual Pre-Pay)
* Minus applicable add-on service / exchange fees and activation fees. New eSignal customers only.
† Excludes exchange fees
†† Additional fees apply
** A power user is someone who uses 1 or more of the following:
In addition, we recommend the Power User Requirements for users of eSignal's trading platform, Advanced GET, in particular.
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If you’ve already signed up for eSignal, download the trading software here and get started today. Note: If you are upgrading to eSignal version 12.x, please perform a backup of your existing version before you begin the upgrade.
Which version of eSignal 12 should I download (32-bit or 64-bit)?
eSignal 12 has two versions available to support a broader range of PCs, 32-bit and 64-bit. To find out which version is best for you:
Right click the Computer icon on your Desktop or left click the Start Menu and go to “Control Panel“, then “System“. Look at “Properties“ or “System“ in the “System type“ area to see what operating system you have installed and proceed to select the appropriate version.