Trading computer station

A Trading Station is a piece of computer equipment used in the world of trading to perform financial operations. In this article we will tell you everything you need to know about these tools and how to choose the best one for you.

What is a Trading Station?

A Trading Station is a computer specially designed for financial trading. These computers usually have a high processing power, a large RAM memory and a powerful graphics card.

In addition, they are characterised by being able to be connected to several monitors, which allows the trader to have several windows open at the same time to follow the market in real time, news, etc...

Why is it important to have a Trading Station?

Having a Trading Station is essential for traders looking to maximise their performance. They allow for faster order execution, which can make the difference between a successful trade and an unsuccessful one. In addition, the ability to have multiple windows open at the same time allows you to efficiently follow multiple assets and markets.

In addition, a station only for the operation ensures that it does not fail, especially when we have our capital at stake.

How to choose the best Trading Station?

The choice of the best Trading Station will depend largely on the needs of the individual trader. Here are some factors you should consider when choosing your equipment:


The processor is one of the most important components of any computer, and in a Trading Station even more so. A powerful processor will allow you to perform complex calculations faster and more efficiently, as well as manage the various tools such as indicators and dedicated software.

RAM memory

RAM memory is another critical component in a Trading Station. A large RAM memory will allow you to handle large amounts of data simultaneously, which is especially useful in the trading world. Especially when loading multiple charts with multiple markets at the same time.

Graphics card

The graphics card is an important component in any computer, but in a Trading Station even more so. A powerful graphics card will allow multiple graphics to be displayed in real time and on multiple monitors. And in a more precise definition.

Number of monitors

The number of monitors a Trading Station can support is an important factor when choosing equipment. Having multiple monitors will allow you to follow multiple assets and markets at the same time.

At the software level

Software is just as important as hardware in order to be able to trade comfortably and without fear of accidents happening to your trading operation.

Operating system

The important thing about the operating system is that it is stable and secure. Some traders prefer Windows because of the large number of applications available, while others prefer Linux because of its stability and security. We recommend Windows for the NinjaTrader 8 platform.

Trading Platforms

There are many trading platforms on the market, but we recommend NinjaTrader 8 for its powerful software and possibilities when it comes to trading, order management, demo playback, real data, etc.

Recommended software

The software required for a Trading Station will depend on the needs of each trader. Apart from the NinjaTrader 8 platform, we recommend some screen recording software, reliable antivirus, and access to relevant stock market news.

How to prepare and maintain a Trading Station?

A Trading Station is a computer specially designed for financial trading. These computers usually have a high processing power, a large RAM memory and a powerful graphics card.


The software

It is important to always keep your Trading Station software up to date. This will ensure greater stability and security of your equipment.


From your monitors

One of the advantages of having multiple monitors is the possibility of having several windows open at the same time. It is important to configure these windows properly in order to make the best use of the available space.



It is important to properly organise the trading tools you use. This will allow you to quickly and efficiently access the information you need at all times.

Power your Trading Operations with Customised Customised Computer Stations

Looking for a customised computer station to enhance your trading operations? At our company, we create customised trading computer station set-ups, designed specifically to suit your needs and preferences.

With our experience and technical skills, we select the right components and configure your workstation to give you the best performance, agility and efficiency in your financial operations. So you can make quick and accurate decisions in an optimal computing environment.

Declaration of Risk:

Futures and forex trading carries substantial risks and is not for all investors. An investor could potentially lose all or more of the initial investment. Risk capital is money that can be lost without jeopardising a person's financial security or lifestyle. Only risk capital should be used for trading, and only those with sufficient risk capital should consider trading. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

Hypothetical Outcome Statement:

Hypothetical performance results should have many inherent limitations, some of which are described below. No representation should be made that any of the accounts will or are likely to have results similar to those shown; in fact, there are frequent differences between hypothetical results and the actual results obtained by any trading programme. One of the limitations of hypothetical performance results is the fact that they are prepared with hindsight profits. In addition, hypothetical trading does not involve financial risk, and no record of hypothetical trading can take into account the financial risk of actual trades. For example, the ability to withstand losses or to adhere to a particular trading programme regardless of losses are material points which can substantially affect actual trading results. There are many factors related to the markets in general, or to the implementation of any specific trading programme, which cannot all be considered in the preparation of hypothetical results, all of which may adversely affect trading results.