Day Trading Software



DAY TRADING SOFTWARE must be based on a system which identifies trading opportunities.


SYSTEM: A group of independent but interrelated elements comprising a unified whole. Kwik*POP 6 uses a combination of technical indicators keyed to price momentum, volume momentum, and pattern recognition derived from statistical analysis of volume and volatility.


DAY TRADING SOFTWARE must provide a strategic overview and a tactical entry point.


STRATEGY: A systematic plan of action. When a group of diverse indicators, over multiple price intervals, align in the same direction, we have a consensus defining probable price direction near term and the relative strength (odds) of that move persisting long enough to achieve a fixed (defined) profit objective.


DAY TRADING SOFTWARE must be uniform and easy to comprehend.


Kwik*POP 6 DAY TRADING SOFTWARE uses 3 colors: blue is bullish (higher prices), red is bearish (lower prices), and yellow is neutral. This simplified color grid defines the odds of prices moving higher or lower near term. Colors are derived from the array of technical indicators used in calculating price and volume momentum. Price patterns (HPL and LPH) are fractal, appearing on all intervals, and automatically plot on the charts defining the short term intra-day price trend.




A strategic methodology designed to capture consistent, incremental gains intra-day on a variety of securities traded on domestic and international securities/futures exchanges.


The ES futures market is one of our favorite markets to trade. Looking for the ALERT bars on setups allows you take a trade at the optimum entry point based upon the shift in price and price momentum. The ALERT bar is the transition point from up to down or from down to up.


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Our rules are very simple:

We BUY ON BLUE CANDLESTICKS WHEN THE HPL (HPL=Higher Pivot Low) ICON APPEARS (study the charts above and notice the HPL icon).


We SELL SHORT ON RED CANDLESTICKS WHEN THE LPH (LPH=Lower Pivot High) ICON APPEARS (study the charts above and notice the LPH icon).

Futures Brokers

Finding a Futures Broker


Kwik*POP has been here since 1999, which is a very, very long time in the futures industry. We have a diverse base of customers that have used a variety of futures brokers and FX dealers.


Newer customers always ask us for a broker that we believe will offer them what they are looking for. Please understand that we are ‘broker neutral’ in that we don’t recommend any particular broker. We encourage customers to do a little homework and investigate all options. Contact the National Futures Association in Chicago for a complete list of brokers.


Our list of  brokers is based entirely on customer feedback. There are many excellent brokerage firms out there, those listed below are firms that our customers have been satisfied with and would recommend to others. If you would like your broker listed here please contact us.


Our list is based upon several critical components; Customer Support (real people with telephone numbers), Technical Support (firm/broker expertise on charting applications and trading dome), Competitive, Flexible Commission Rates (broker works with customers based upon account size, trade performance and trading volume), and Knowledge Library (broker provides access to additional training material and relevant information for traders).