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IM sure you are familiar with what MTP does. For that kind of money around $2k is there anything else that you recommend which offers similar outcome and by that I mean position sizing, risk reward and some sort of S/R confirmation levels?
IM not looking for buy and sell signals but I was hoping to invest or look into in something that would contribute to improve part of money management.
Thanks,
Robert

There is a serious lacking of tools in this area. I would say MTP is at the forefront, but there are some tools in Elite section of futures.io (formerly BMT) that perform similar risk analysis, and you can extend them further since the code is posted.

I cannot offer any experience on this much either way, because I do not use MTP nor NT7. I suggest some sort of trial option if it is available, or if you specifically want the risk tools then you could extend what is already posted on futures.io (formerly BMT) and/or hire someone to do it in the paid programming services section and get a customized solution.

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