Hi MXASJ, I've downloaded this autotrader of yours and it is very intresting. I don't know how it takes trades, but I was wondering if you'd be kind enough to modify it so it uses the TSsupertrend indicator that is on the download section. I'm not a programmer but I'd have done it myself. Thanks in advance.
Brand new to NinjaTrader and looking for some sample strategy code. Very interested in looking at the posts from dsraider and MXASJ. The downloads contain .cs files. The Import NinjaScript function is looking for a "NinjaScript Archive File". So my newbie question is........how do I import a cs file into NT7?
Followup.......MXASJ says his code runs in NT7. Is dsraider's code compatible as well?
If u just have a cs file u can copy it directly to the strategy or indicator director in Ninja.. U will then have to go in and edit and compile one of the script or indicatiors,, then the script and any errors will show up . Remember when u compile all scripts or indicators all compile,, so if an error shows up it may not be in the script u are compiling,, look carefully at the bottom errors to see which script its talking about..
I tried coding a strategy for the first time, and started with dsraider's sample (Thank you!!).
This uses some of that and roonius' TSSuperTrend v2.3 (which you must already have).
It is specifically written for NT 6.5 -- some things should be re-written if it were NT7 and I am not ready to go there yet. The reverse is klutzy because of NT 6.5 Internal Order handling.
Anyway just wanted to share to pay back some.
No guarantees of profitability! especially if you don't limit the times to trade...
Come to think of it, I've only tested it on a Range chart. LOL
I like your startegy set-up. It's a good learning tool. I don't seem to get it to do backtesting. I can using the standard build-in strategies but can't get it to work with this one. Do I overlook something?
Hi, please be more specific "can't get it to work" so we can help.
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