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If you want to try the program, if you're using, for example, like, ThinkorSwim or the Trade Station or something for the majority of your actual trades, then give us a good look because compete with those companies head-to-head.
In fact, our trading dome, the depth to market screen, if you're not familiar with it, it looks like this. Okay, this window here. This trading platform uses less memory on your computer than one tab of Google Chrome. Okay, no exaggeration. Just to put that in perspective, if you're using TD Ameritrade, and it's using 95% of your memory, which we know it is, this is not going to impact your systems resources at all.
Okay, cool. I want to get that out there as well. It's a $3000 minimum to open the account with Infinity.
The use of the resources on the charting side is also very light. If you're running, let's say you're a moderate user of Toss, I'm not exaggerating when I say it probably uses 150th to 1200th of the resources required by TD Ameritrade's program. I'm not kidding. It really is a light program.
Ken, you have to log into the spread. Yes, that's true. We are in the process of developing a system that allows you to automatically enter trades based on spread values. It's actually a custom study we built for the charts.
The thing that's cool about it is that it lets you run simulated or synthetic stops and targets. If you were to live it on at night, and you wanted to put a target out there, like a synthetic target, you could do that, and it would trigger as long as you stay connected. It is something that we're improving our service on. If you're interested in that, if you're already a customer, just talk to you rep in our office, and we'll show you how to get permission for it. It doesn't cost anything.
All right. Does anybody else have any questions about the margin or about the company in general? Anything that I can clarify? I mean, I've been at this for a while. We know our competition really well. We try to shoot really straight with people about risk and the day-to-day trade management. We're very easy to communicate with. If you have questions, or if you're unsure about whether this is appropriate, let us know.
You know, Jonathan does a good job of discussing risk. Obviously, his perspective is a little bit different than ours. We want to make sure that (A), you only have money in the futures account that you can afford to risk. That's our number one criteria. (B), that you understand that spread trading doesn't necessarily reduce your risk. We've seen examples of that in some of the markets like the NASDAQ and stuff lately where things can decouple pretty quickly and without notice. Just keep your head screwed nice and tight, and make sure that you don't let your guard down.
No, you can still practice once you have a funded account on us. Once your account is funded, we're going to give you access to a more permanent simulated environment. It's a $3000 minimum to open an account there, GJ. Just send me an email, Donna, with what you're asking about. I'll make sure that we get it taken care off. That's another Donna, different than Donna S.
All right, cool. Well, all right, great. I'll give it a moment here. I'll be listening in the background. I want Jonathan to keep doing his thing. Certainly, anybody who's interested or has questions, please reach out to me directly. We'll get you squared away, answer questions about the platform margin, how to execute the orders, how to get the chart set up. Again, if you want the charts, there's all these charts at the top. I made them all today. You can see the dates on them. We're happy to send them your way. Okay.
Yeah, you can trade up the charts, Peter. Yeah, you can. You can trade up the charts or off the dome. They talk to each other. If you put an order on the dome, you could see that on the chart, and vice-versa. All right, Jonathan, I think I'm good. I'll be hanging on the background, okay.
Fantastic, awesome, thank you.
All right, man. Thank you. I appreciate it, everybody. Thanks for listening.
All right. Sorry about that guys. I was in the middle of talking. I guess, I was going for like four extra minutes before I looked up and realized that I was down. Cool. Patrick, thank you for doing that. Looking at Bradley trades up to 35%. That's fun. Ken. Hey, Ken. "How are you keeping all the comparisons on the chart?" Ken, are you using ThinkorSwim, or are you using Sierra? Yeah. Up here on the top right, then you could break it up as many as you want. When I'm looking at things, I'm usually using this. Ken, not too good? The actual chart? How am I overlaying things? Okay. Hit the beaker. Then, you want to compare things, comparison, and select it, and you can put as many as you want on there.