FAQ


"A wise man can learn more from a foolish question than a fool can learn from a wise answer."— Bruce Lee

Our proprietary software searches through large amount of stock data and returns a list of stocks that match one or more selected criteria - called filters.

Our filters have been developed in conjunction with "every day" traders to ensure you get the data you need, displayed in a format that is relevant and quick and easy to assess.

No.

A black box will typically make specific recommendations like "buy ABC" or "sell XYZ". 

DayTrade Scans does not make specific stock recommendations. Instead we point you to interesting market events, so you can examine these and decide for yourself what to do. Using DayTrade Scans is like having a room full of assistants watching the market for you.

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We do not offer trading advice or a buy or sell recommendations.

DayTrade Scans does not take into account the investment objectives, financial situation and particular needs of any person.

Before making an investment decision, the investor or prospective investor needs to consider, with or without the assistance of a securities adviser, whether the information is appropriate in light of the particular investment needs, objectives and financial circumstances of the investor or prospective investor.

 

At present our scans are updated every 15 minutes while the market is in both pre and open phases for free memberships.

Premium subscribers have the ability to set their own refresh times in 30 second increments.

The premarket period lasts from 7:00 AM until 10:00 AM Australian Eastern Standard Time, during that time you will have access to the premarket scans.

Members on a subscription plan can print the scans at any time by simply right clicking the mouse button while over the scan. 

The print button will appear. Left clicking it will open your printer dialog box.

Members on a free plan are not able to print the scans.

Currently you are not able to save the scans.

Our service can be accessed through two ways. We offer a free membership where you can register here. Or by purchasing a subscription on our pricing page. After choosing the subscription plan you wish to purchase you will be redirected to Paypal. As we are concerned about the safety of your sensitive data, such as credit card numbers, we accept only Paypal payments.

DayTrade Scans has a very fair refund and cancellation policy. Naturally, if you immediately regret your purchase you can get a complete refund. If you decide to cancel after you've been using the service for a while, the amount of the refund depends on the subscription/purchase type and time of use. Refunds are typically prorated for the time remaining that is unused. There are certain exceptions.

You can read the Billing and Refund Policy here.

This was one of our more critical decisions. Ultimately we decided on PayPal as a payment solution for security. When you buy something online you have to give the vendor your credit card number. Because DayTrade Scans uses PayPal, we do not have possession of your credit card information. This simply means that one less vendor has your credit card information. Additionally, once you create a PayPal account you can use it for many other things. Over 20 million users use PayPal daily making it a proven reliable platform for Internet ecommerce.

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If you were previously a subscriber, use the link above to reactivate your subscription. If you accidentally cancel, wait until your current subscription ends, then use the link above to activate your account. If you don't want to wait, then use the link above that one to create a new account and activate that account.

 

If PayPal cancels your account then you need to start by going to PayPal to fix the problem. Start at https://www.paypal.com. If you select "My Account" then "Profile" you will see an option to update your credit card information. After you fix the problem you can use the link above to reactivate your account.

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If you created a PayPal subscription, click here to cancel.

If you are using PayPal, and you need to switch to a different credit card, follow the steps below in order. If you do not follow these instructions, PayPal may cancel your account. In that case, see the directions above to reactivate your account. 

1. Start at www.paypal.com and log in. 

2. Go to "My Account". 

3. Go to "Profile". 

4. Add the information about the credit card that you want to use. 

5. Go back to "My Account". 

6. Find the subscription, and click on that link. (If you click on your last payment, there will be a link at the top that goes to the original subscription.) 

7. There you will see instructions for switching to the new credit card. 

8. If you want, you can delete the old payment instructions. But don't do that until after you have finished the steps above. That option is available under profile.

When you first create an account, you are automatically logged in to our web-based product. By default, your username and password are automatically stored on your computer. You do not have to log in again unless you move to a different computer, you explicitly log off or have not been active in the last 30 days. If you need to log in, just go to our log in page.

News: Indicates if the market has received a notice from the company.

Code: ASX Stock code of the company.

Last: Last traded price for the company stock.

Open: The opening pricing of the stock for the current trading day.

P.Close: The closing price of the stock for the previous trading day.

VWAP: The Volume Weighted Average Price of the company stock for the day.

Trades: Total number of trades in the company stock today.

P.Trades: Total number of trades in the company stock during the last trading day.

Volume: The total number of shares traded during the current trading day

Prev Vol %: Today's volume of shares traded expressed as a percent of the last traded days volume.

Buy / Sell: A graphical indicator of the number of shares being asked for in the buy stack (green) versus the number of shares available in the sell stack (red).

Op Est: On the Pre Market Scans - This is the price the company stock is estimated to open today.

Gap %: On the Pre Market Scans - This is the expected gap up on open expressed as a percent of the stock price.

P.VWAP: Volume Weighted Average Price of the company stock at the end of the previous days trading.

Premium subscribers have the option of sending us ideas for their own scans which we will submit to the development team for analysis. If a new scan idea is implemented by us, it will become available to all premium subscribers.

Please email us with your feedback here: info@daytradescans.com