We have spoken to Anthony at Sierra and he is keeping us up-to-date with the Sierra/Rithmic integration.
This will be added to our group of platforms as well.
This should happen by the end of next week as we are told.
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I think if we can port gomi's ladder into sierra or multicharts (with Gomi's permission of course), both ninja and market delta will get screwed. There's no reason why someone would deal with a malfunctioning charting program like ninja or an overpriced charting program like marketdelta when they can get the best of both worlds for under $35 month.
Sierra natively has footprints, it natively has tick backfill, it natively has a dom( i've never tested it or played with it), it natively has market profile, market replay.... etc...
Remember, if you use ninja to trade with ATM functionality, your paying $60/month.. You could put that money towards a quality data feed( which rithmic will soon be offered on sierra charts, which is also free)....
It just needs a little push.
This is all my opinion obviously, and im not trying to be intrusive. I know Gomi put alot of hard work in his indicators, and i'm very thankful for that.
But every week, there's a new bug in ninja that breaks something. I think people are tired of trying to collect bid/ask data, and with recordings, and trying to re-edit codes when they really don't have to anymore.
Also, if it works, you at least have a choice now, and not feel stuck between ninja and paying for market delta....
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I know this is not the SC thread, but to show the flexibility of SierraChart just build your own DOM.
I trade through Velocity with SC, and if there are problems, they usually get solved fast.
Look on their support forum, most questions are from users not able to search or read the help files,
and not from users unable to trade, because of software failure. Well getting off topic now.
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