We have been a trading education / seminar, and newsletter business since the 1970s under the founder Walter Bressert.

In the early 90s, we started in the trading indicators business under the name ProfitTrader and CycleTrader. Since the later part of the 90's the company was co-owned and co-operated under Walter's son, Jerome Bressert.

Since late 2014, Jerome took overall operations and made major improvements to the indicators and designed the Smooth Charts. Jerome also designed and developed a massive trading strategy script for NinjaTrader called THE MATRIX. From 2018 to current time, Jerome designed and built GoFishPro, Market Pulse, and the Auto Entry apps.

Cycle Trader Pro is a complete trading software company that has created many custom indicators that show momentum and cycle reversals better than most others. We build custom auto order entry and exit applications, and auto trade system strategies.

About Cycle Trader Pro

Overall Purpose -

The company-wide vision has continued to create trading indicators to show market momentum & reversals better than most other indicators.

Create trading models to help traders understand what pattern the market may be in at the time.

Design trading apps to help traders save money entering positions. Make trading apps automatically handle orders after entry. Add value for each trade from start to finish with personal trade data. Display significant trade data with the CycleTraderPro apps that one would not expect from others apps.

We Run on NinjaTrader, MetaStock, TradeStation, MetaTrader and MultiCharts

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