The World's Largest Manufacturer of
Trading Computers & Monitor Arrays
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"As a full-time professional with over 30 years in the investment business, I know the importance of having the right tools.
Falcon computers provide the kind of exceptional BRUTE power that is required to maintain our position as a top-ranked trading system design firm.
The difference between these computers and typical discount store models are like the difference between a YUGO and a CORVETTE; Falcon is the best trading computer!"
Joe Krutsinger, CTA
Author & speaker on trading
Trading Computers - Performance Requirements
If you increase the speed of computers by 20% then the performance of that computer will increase by 20%. We do that best.
Cheap computers require Intel to rate their processors slower than they can safely go. Our motherboards have 12-16 voltage regulators vs. the 2-3 that is typical of cheap computers. More voltage regulators mean smoother voltage delivery and much better stability. Our motherboards are also more precise in setting the correct voltage.
With smoother power and more precise voltage control, our computers can go faster.
There are bad practices in the computer industry. Intel has put out warnings on these bad practices. We are careful to deliver to you the fastest possible computer that is within the safe operating parameters of the CPU. We have been doing this for over 8 years and we are an Intel Gold partner.
For the best trading computers, go with Falcon Trading Computers
Falcon Trading Computers - Company News
November 2014: Well-known trader John Carter orders new F-52X trading computer.
November 2014: PropTrading Canada / Golden Market Management places fifth multi-computer order.
November 2014: Epcylon Technologies inc. of Canada places second multi-computer order.
October 2014: Highest October sales on record for Falcon Trading Systems
September 2014: Latam Securities LLC (New York) places first multi-computer order.
June 2014: The Elberon Investment Fund (Austin TX) places first multi-computer order.
May 2014: Inergix places order for 14 trading computers for their traders.
April 2014: Falcon Trading Systems records 11% sales gain for first 4 months of 2014.
February 2014: Bethune-Cookman University School of Business (including stock trading) places second large order for trading computers and monitor arrays.
August 2013: Jitneytrade (Canada) places their 4th order for Falcon Trading Computers.
July 2013: Pierpont Securities places their 6th multi-unit order for Falcon Trading Computers.
July 2013: MET Zurich LLP places their 4th order for Falcon Trading Computers
May 2013: Danske Commodities of Denmark places 4th follow on multi unit order with Falcon
April 2013: MarketGauge.com places 4th order from Falcon Trading Computers
January 2013: The PropTrading Group SEZC (Cayman Islands) selects Falcon trading computers for their traders
January 2013: Bethune-Cookman University selects Falcon trading computers for the School of Business (including stock trading)
January 2013: Lindsay Capital Corp. (Cayman Islands) selects Falcon trading computers for their traders
January 2013: The Independent Investor Institute (Toronto, Canada) selects Falcon trading computers
January 2013: Mandara Energy Ltd. (London) places their 4th order for Falcon trading computers
December 2012: Crescent Capital Ventures LLC (New York) places order with Falcon
The Learn How to Trade Guide helps the beginning trader to understand his/her choices and different paths in the world of trading. Selecting the path right for you is very important. Many beginning traders could have done much better if they had a better understanding of all their options. Is Stocks or Forex or Options or Futures your best choice? What methodologies should you consider? What time frame should you trade?
This guide summarizes what it takes to become an independent trader (no day job) or a serious trader who still wants to keep his day job. What should you expect for returns? What broker should you use? What software should you use? Risk Management is where most new traders fail by trading too much risk on each trade. We will guide you on proper risk management. What about automated trading? What equipment should you have? A must read for most beginning and intermediate traders.
At Falcon we sell computers to a lot of veteran traders. In this guide we try to focus on some of the core principals of what we have learned in trading and on what our veteran traders have told us they have learned.