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elibelly - I agree that 30 days is not enough time, so I bought Multicharts. Since then, I have noticed that Open ECry will provide OEC Trader for free. OEC Trader supports C# and EasyLanguage programming. You could look on their site here. You could also check out the Open ECry forum on futures.io (formerly BMT) here. It appears that they also provide a free practice account for simulated trading.
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I can confirm OEC's free sim account. So long as one has at least $5,000, and maintains that, it's available... Also, there are no other requirements that you must go live after so many weeks or months, and thereafter have a certain number of minimum trades. For a newbie, that is what I wanted to hear...
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