However, they do not have the same downloadable database of indicators. I primarily use HMA's (hull moving average) and a double stochastic or "stochastic stochastic" as the indicators on my charts.
These are not part of the standard indicators with multicharts.net. I am not a C# programmer, which seems like something that would be handy for multicharts.net, so I am looking for help on finding these indicators for multicharts.net.
Is the only option to hire someone to write the code? It seems like there has to be other people out there that want the same basic indicators as I do.
A suggestion: if someone reading this thread is considering making one of these indicators, it would probably help if you provide links to the code of these indicators. Googling 'double stochastics indicator', for example, already shows at least three versions.
Status update on this inquiry since last post 20150613
Sooooo since the last post from upspilotzzz posted it's been 11 months and 14 days since I just inquired today.
No one knows if there are C# programmers. Hey upspilotzzz or anyone who might know find a MultiCharts .net indicator package you could purchase that has HMA, find a C# developer, or learn to program C# to solve your HMA request? I did a search and I don't see any Multicharts .net indicators. Hey programmers...this might be an untapped market? Anyone? Anyone out there?
It's not an untapped market. No one uses MultiCharts because there is no development which causes people to move to other platforms. With no users, there's no point in developing anything and then you get the stagnation. I think most people just get frustrated and hop over to a platform that actually has a community built around it.
The problem with these black & white statements like 'there are no developers' and 'no one uses MultiCharts .NET' is that they can easily be falsified. Even here on Futures.io there are at least two developers; @ABCTG and myself.
If you meant to say "I can't find a developer who has the time and interest in doing free work for me", then you might be right. But I'm not sure that's something specific to MultiCharts .NET; with other platforms there's also only a couple percent of all users that can be that generous with their time. Perhaps most people are simply too busy to take on extra work in their free time?
The following 2 users say Thank You to Jura for this post: