I for one love single sign-on for MOST things (and would be happy to use it for this via my trading dedicated google account), but there are things I wont use it for, and I imagine others will be the same with a trading cloud service.
Obviously the more options available the greater amount of potential users.
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I've seen worse... there was a certain platform vendor here a few years ago that required people to "Like" them on Facebook before you were allowed to download the product. Not making that up. I don't even have a Facebook account, nor will I ever...
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For those who can't wait for the futures.io webinar, I have just had an email from AMP stating they have Trevor presenting a webinar this afternoon at 3.30pm CST.
Maybe there will be an opportunity to put questions to Trevor during the presentation.
I for one will be hoping he covers a bit more around where yours orders sit at different stages of the process, especially OCO types - my interest is from a risk mitigation/disaster planning perspective where I am hoping cloud solutions will provide real benefits to someone who lives half a world away.
Last edited by steve2222; October 8th, 2015 at 09:29 AM.
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I have not used MarketDelta products in the past, but I am very much look forwarding to adopting this new solution. I imagine many will start to use this as I intend, which is as their execution platform, versus an analysis platform with all the bells and whistles that can stay on my desktop for now. As such, I would focus first on execution related advancements, like drag-and-drop on the DOM and Chart Trading. As soon as there is trading directly from the chart, this will become my primary execution platform.
Of course, overtime, more and more of the bells and whistles from the desktop can be migrated to the cloud, but that can take its natural course in terms of time.
Congrats on skating to where the puck is headed...
p.s. -- I too was originally hesitant about using my yahoo email to authenticate but its actually no biggie.
p.p.s. -- I wouldn't mind the option of turning the Volume Profile off...just my 2 cents...
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I too have multiple gmail accounts and the process works very smoothly. In fact, it is just one extra click to choose which account you want to authenticate with MarketDelta Cloud. It does NOT log you out of your other google accounts if they are open in other tabs. Here is a screenshot showing that one extra step to choose which account you want to use.
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Most cloud based apps provide this type of sign-on because it provides an added layer of security and authentication that these companies have literally spent billions perfecting. The only info we receive during the registration process is your email address...that is it. The process uses the email you select during the signup process and authenticates it with Google, Yahoo, or AOL and then passes the email back to us if valid. The signup process also allows us to get you signed up without having to send unnecessary email to validate your email....and who needs another email in their inbox!
I hope that helps clarify things a bit and gives you enough reason to proceed with taking a demo and providing additional feedback. We will only be making the app better week by week, month by month, and appreciate both praise and areas needing improvement.
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