Plymouth, NH (PressExposure) March 09, 2013 -- The highly popular Trading Signals App from Onefineham Internet Marketing (http://onefineham.com) is now released for use on other platforms including WordPress(tm) websites as a plugin sidebar widget, Android(tm) smartphones as a smartphone app, and iGoogle(tm) page gadget. The fun and free tool is available for download immediately from any of the popular platforms through their apps or plugins directories.
The Trading Signals widget features a color-coded gauge measuring the current appetite for risk in global financial markets. The widget or app computes a score of the global market transactions on a minute by minute basis and outputs a score to the risk gauge. This metric is then rated on a numeric and color coded scale as either risk-on (green), neutral (orange), or risk-off (red).
"Traders familiar with using similar less specific macro-effect signals such as heat maps will be familiar with the premise of making trading decisions based on a global transaction algorithm like ours," according to Barry Livingstone - web programmer for the widget at Onefineham Internet Marketing.
"Although the design limitations of project prohibit us from recommending its use as a means of making trading decisions - it still can be an effective model to test theories and examine market trends. It offers visibility of global traders' risk appetite in an instant in near-real-time - not a bad accomplishment for a free tool," notes Steve Wise, programming collaborator and author of http://make300aday.com - a site where the WordPress sidebar widget version can been seen as a demonstration.
The widget comes in a few different varieties depending on the platform on which the end-user wishes to load it. In the mobile Android app edition it also comes with links out to demonstration videos and trading tutorials. In the WordPress version for webmasters, it comes as a pre-packaged easy-installable sidebar widget plugin available from the plugin directory at WordPress - complete with disclaimer links and language to protect website owners. Lastly is the iGoogle gadget - available from the Gadgets directory of Google's popular iGoogle personalized homepage site.