If you want to stand any chance of competing in the fierce world of trading, you must arm yourself with the right trading tools to succeed.

Because let’s face it, the life of a trader is hard, isn’t it?

There’s just so much for you to learn.

You’ve got to come up with catalyst ideas. Then you have to analyze the stock chart. That’s before you’ve even thought about going through the company’s financials.

Well, in this article, I’m about to give you different stock trading tools that have helped to make my life a heck of a lot easier, and hopefully, they will do the same for you too.

More free time. Better trades. Increased productivity. More winning trades. And, you’ll get an insight into the trading tools I use to get awesome results.

So if you’re ready to level up your trading game while freeing up more time, you’re in for a treat.

Charting Tools

BlackBox = The best tools at the best price; BlackBox has it all. From chat rooms to a momentum indicator, to live news feeds, dark pool trades, options flow, and more. You won’t find as much value for the price anywhere. This is the preferred tool for readers of GuerillaStockTrading.com. I made two lessons using various Blackbox features: Options Trading Lesson and Dark Pool Trading

Barchart = Nothing else is like it on the market. There are excellent tools for tracking insider trades, politician trades, unusual options flow, and so much more. The trend analysis tools are extremely advanced with the ability to set email and SMS text alerts when a trend changes. The price is very affordable and the customer service at Barchart I’ve found to be the best in the business. 

Chartmill = I use this tool for Large Players Volume and the Twiggs Money Flow. No other company on the market plots Large Players Volume and the Twiggs Money Flow as well as this company and you really need that to see slight divergences between price and these indicators. There’s also lots of stock trading ideas too like here.

Finviz = My favorite budget stock screener that packs a lot of power. I also like the support and resistance lines the Finviz A.I. plots on charts.