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MultiCharts, MultiCharts, MultiCharts...

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No problems, I have created a new thread on MarketDelta as requested.

https://futures.io/platforms-indicators/2711-experiences-marketdelta-platform.html#post27286

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I will post the EasyLanguage code for the above after I get it converted (for Elite members).

Mike

looking forward to seeing the EL conversion...

 
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With Neoticker, I liked their charting tools like the ABC, doesn't seem to be that built-in with MC although there is probably an EL indicator out there.

I also liked with Neo the automatic rising/falling formula for coloring lines could be applied to any indicator with one click.

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With MultiCharts QuoteManager, this seems to suggest you can record and save the Bid/Ask info for historical processing.

Does anyone know for sure?

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An offer he can't refuse. Don't hold your breath. NT can't afford a guy like him.

LOL I'd be willing to listen if they wanted to try, though

 
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They are implementing a lot of things halfway just so that they can list it on their website as a feature and then move on to the next feature.

I see that situation, but in my mind I don't associate that with trying to artificially inflate their feature list. I mean really, if they cared that much about it, they'd have a much nicer website.

In my experience, they release a steady stream of incremental improvements, while keeping the overall platform stable. I maintained a large indicator base through every release from 2.something on up, and never once had a release break my software, or break TS compatibility. Not even their betas. Never had to go back a version because the new one was fundamentally broken. I can't say that about any other platform I've supported.

It's true they are opinionated and stubborn when it comes to how things should be implemented, but then again so am I And, they definitely don't come from the kiss-the-customer's-butt school of customer service.

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Can anyone recommend/post/link to some complex EasyLanguage strategies? I learn best by example and dissecting code, and I've searched and searched to try to find some complex strategies (ie: multiple targets, trailing stops, multiple time frames) but I haven't been able to find a single one.

If we can't link to or find an existing one, perhaps a TradeStation or MultiCharts user with the experience to write a strategy that incorporates those elements would be willing to do so and post it in the Group Trading Method forum?

In particular, I am struggling with the MTF aspect. I can't seem to figure out how to specify what dataseries to reference within an indicator, and have it reference more than one simultaneously.

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I don't really trade automated strategies but here is the "Universal Clone" which is a open source replication of the John Clayburg "Universal System" trading strategy.

Its probably the most advanced strategy i've seen that utilizes multiple stops/targets/contracts, etc...

and since its open source maybe you can dissect it a bit and learn something.

Hope it helps!

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I don't really trade automated strategies but here is the "Universal Clone" which is a open source replication of the John Clayburg "Universal System" trading strategy.

Its probably the most advanced strategy i've seen that utilizes multiple stops/targets/contracts, etc...

and since its open source maybe you can dissect it a bit and learn something.

Hope it helps!

Hmm, MC seems unable to read it, let's see if someone else can import it in.

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You're right - I just tried it as well... went to open it up in TS and its source protected.... I swear i've had this thing open before...

I suspect because its source protected .eld is why it won't import into MC as MC only allows source protected .sef files.

I'll play around with it and dig into my web archives to see if I can scrounge up the code. My apologies.

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