Are you considering setting up an LCD array for office or business? It’s a smart decision and many business owners have learned that using an LCD array have helped them in a variety of ways. In this article, we’re going to discuss some of the most common uses of an LCD array and how they helped business be more productive, and produce more capital. The result, while surprising to some, was expected by most- they had heard the hype surround multiple monitor LCD arrays and wanted to find out if it was true.
In the world day trading, having an LCD array is particularly helpful. We asked one day trader about his results before and after he started using an LCD array. He was please to share his results. He said that as a day trader, it takes a bit of concentration regardless of the number of monitors you are using, but having that extra visual space is extremely beneficial. Especially when you consider that some trades only take a matter of seconds. He told us that he got his first multiple monitor computer back in 2006 from a then start-up called multi-monitors.com and he has loved it ever since. He now enjoys using a 6 monitor LCD array (again from multi-monitors.com) and has been extremely pleased with the results it affords. The results are fantastic. He can keep open all of the applications he needs to successfully trade and doesn’t have to worry about missing an important opportunity.
Another fellow, a FOREX (aka currency exchange) trader was also sharing with us his experience using multiple monitor computers. Much like the day trader, he relies heavily on quickly noticing anomalies in the market place and making fast exchanges based on this information. Because he has a 4 monitor LCD array, he’s able to monitor multiple charts and graphs and quickly make trades that net a profit. Prior to using a multiple monitor computer he had to rely on switching back and forth between programs. His LCD array has made a huge difference in his ability to do this effectively.
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