You can order the custom built computer, laptop and monitors recommended below through Professional Computers. If you are building your own computer, a summary of our Trading Computer Specifications is at the end of this page. The most popular monitor setup for a desktop computer is a pair of 24" or larger flat panel monitors (1920 X 1080 or better yet, 1920 X 1200 native resolution) with DVI or HDMI inputs.
If you already have monitors you would like to use, make sure they meet the minimum specifications. When comparing flat panels of the size we use, the other specs are almost always acceptable. Call Paul Quillen at 770-382-9656 if you have any questions about day trading computers or mulitiple monitor setups. Again, call Paul Quillen at 770-382-9656 if you have any questions about day trading computers or mulitiple monitor setups.


All of our trading software is 32 bit and works fine on either a 32 bit or 64 bit Windows computer.
In addition to the specifications for the desktop computer listed above, your trading laptop needs a DVI or HDMI or Display Port or Mini-Display Port video jack for an external monitor.
The native resolution of the monitor in the laptop's lid is the most important specification. If you want a laptop computer, we recommend you order the custom designed laptop above, or call me and I'll help you find one locally that will work.
You may wish to go to Laptop Computer Specs to see the full list of recommended laptop (notebook) computer specifications, as well as factors to consider when deciding between a laptop and a desktop computer.
Call Paul Quillen at 770-382-9656 (Eastern Time Zone) or email us if you have any questions about day trader computers, mulitple monitor setups, or daytrading laptop computers.
Planning ahead and allowing at least 2 weeks for your custom made computer to be built and burned-in is appropriate.


You will need a computer that is set aside for trading and you will need to bring it with you to your training.
The number one problem we've found with with most off-the-shelf laptop computers is low monitor resolution.
Also note that anything computer related can change overnight, so call if you have any questions. The second problem with most off-the-shelf laptop computers is that the external monitor jack is frequently analog, not DVI or HDMI or Display Port or Mini-Display Port (digital). When looking for a day trading laptop, the category of laptops that daytrading requires would be considered "Gaming Laptops" due to the larger and better quality screen size, snappy graphics cards, and high performance processors to handle real time data.



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