When you log on to
Paritech's secure site you will be asked to input your username
and password. These details were allocated to you by Paritech
when your account was initially opened. (If you do not have a
valid username and password, please contact Paritech).
Working With Market Information Displays
The first time you open the application the screen arrangement
is comprised of three frames. The horizontal frame is labelled
"Watchlist" (item 1)
, the bottom left frame is labelled "Depth" (item 2) and the
bottom right hand frame "Sales" (item 3). In this example we
have also included "Headlines" (item 4).
Once you have set your windows and are happy with the desktop.
You can save this desktop view by selecting the Save desktop
button top right hand corner. Unlimited number of desktops are
We are now able to add securities to our Watchlist by
typing in the securities of your choice and enter, or even display Market
Depth and/or Sales for any security of our choice. Once you have
included the securities you wish to monitor, we can then save this
combination of displays (that is, Watchlist, Market Depth and Sales)
as a desktop.
Right Click functions allow you to set the columns you prefer, add
portfolio columns within a watch list, or tailor the window view to
suit individual preferences.
Opening New Windows
Opening a new window can be done in one of two ways:
1. Choose any menu item from one of the desktop menus i.e. Prices or
News and Research. All windows that open from these menus can be
docked anywhere on the desktop. See below for instructions.
2. Right click inside an existing open window then select New from
the menu, then the window service you would like to open.
Docking Inner Windows
The Automated Docking function is an advanced yet easy to use
feature of PULSE. Inner Windows can be displayed floating or docked
in various configurations. The docking process is intuitive.
You simply drag a window to the desired location, then drop the
window at the docking site or in another window. While dragging, a
grey rectangle shows the location that the window will have when
released. To enable docking select 'Windows' and 'Docking Enabled'
Watch Lists are used to create and display regularly monitored
stocks and options. You can use Watch Lists in the
• To group Australian Equities, Options, and Indices in one watch screen
• To set up several Watch Lists, based on individual or multiple portfolios
• To view trades as they occur, from any Watch List
• To measure the Performance of particular stocks including
portfolio controls % and $ gain or loss in real time.
Market Depth Display
Depth is the term given to the ASX price feed which details all the
Bids (buyers) and Asks (sellers) in the market for a given security.
The Market Depth display comprises of summary information about the
individual security as well as specific information about each bid
and ask for that security.
All orders are shown. You can further review a specific
Displaying Course of Sales Information
The Course of Sales page provides you with a list of all trades for
a specific security with the number of units and the price at which
they were executed for a given day. Sales is a shortened name that
is otherwise referred to as the 'Course of Sales'.
Displaying News Headlines
Pulse displays all ASX Company Announcements. All News items are for
the current day, with the most recent headline displayed first.
To display News headlines, the steps to follow are:
• To view Company News, select “News & Research” from the Main Menu
and then and then "News"
• A new Inner Window displaying the last 600 news headlines will be
News headlines continually update during the day.
on any black high lighted item will bring up the body of the
News for that item.
Displaying Price Charts
PULSE comprises two types of charts - these being Intra Day Charts
and End of Day Charts. To display an Intra Day Price Chart for a
security, we do the following:
Select "Prices then "Chart". To display an End of Day Price Chart
for a security, we do the following:
Select "Prices" from the Main Menu then "Chart". In either case you
are then free to vary the time frame for the chart display to the
period of your choice.
Right click functions while in the chart allow you to select
indicators, layer setup and more.
How to use Market Movers
This window displays the top 10 most actively traded securities in
terms of Volume, Percentage Change or Turnover. This tool is a great
way to find out what stocks have captured the markets attention on a
given day. Once you have logged into PULSE, click on Prices in the
main menu and then Market Movers.
Please note all images are for illustrative purposes and are
not meant to be taken as a definite as to how Pulse will be
displayed on your monitors screen.