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Purchasing Trend-Following Futures Strategies to Auto-Trade?

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I am not a programmer and have no wish to become one. There are many classic break-out/trend-following futures and commodities systems that have proven themselves to be profitable and robust over decades using simple rules AND strict money management protocols. Where is it possible to purchase these types of systems and use them to auto-trade on one of the well-established futures firms? I know Wisdom Trading will auto-trade these systems but they charge very high commissions and over the long haul it will costs thousands of dollars in extra commissions. Thanks in advance.

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