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Started:March 19th, 2016 (06:04 AM) by alex27 Views / Replies:1,535 / 21
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Old May 15th, 2016, 04:58 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Ludhiana + India
Futures Experience: Advanced
Platform: Amibroker, Metastock,etc
Favorite Futures: Nifty, Banknifty,Crude,USDINR
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hey... I m also a big amibroker Fan... And using it for automatic trading in India and its doing fine...

U mentioned abt moving average crossover(He is using moving averages crossovers to get in and out of the market (terrible system, just to make the example easier).) I knw its a terrible system and i wish to knw abt some good systems if u could help me with it...

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Old June 12th, 2016, 04:34 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Futures Experience: Intermediate
Platform: NinjaTrader
Broker/Data: InteractiveBrokers, IQFeed
Favorite Futures: ES
Posts: 20 since Nov 2015
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Hello all,

For me optimization speed is my primary concern. I already use NT7/IB with IQFeed for my current trade setup. Problem is I'm not a programmer. I'm a portfolio hedger turn options day trader turn futures day trader looking to automate. The reason I have used NT7 is the ability to run Bloodhound (no affiliation) and the native NT7 strategy wizard to develop my manual trading style into an automated system. NT7 is god awful slow so any efficient long time period optimization is out. Hence my interest in Amibroker. Do they have a NT7 style strategy wizard or a 3'rd party add on I can purchase that would allow for a point and click type development process?

Any help would be appreciated.


PS: How did the FX traders do last week when the dollar took a nose dive? I hope some buying opportunity.

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