I'd like to know what is the most user-friendly data format to import to MultiCharts
I'm a NT7 user right now and the data formats have to be set a specific way hence it will fail to import. However, I understand that MultiCharts has the ability to work around various formats and edit them during the process of importation. STILL, what is the best data format with the lesser operations (no editing or tweaking) to perform in this process ?
If you can detail me the ideal :
- daily format
- 1min format
- ticks format
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Last, will the ideal MC data format fit TradeStation needs just the same or not ?
I remember a couple years ago I exported all my years worth of tick data out of NinjaTrader 6.5 and imported it into MultiCharts without any problems. The import process is very smart, I don't think you'll encounter any problems exporting from NT and importing into MC.
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