The hover is something that should hopefully be a lot better than the previous hold button. The way other companies get around the TT patent is something that eludes Ninja, this is a shame. The addition of the volume profile is a welcome addition. Considering the DOMs currently available on the market (and they have been for some time), and Ninjas price.. I think the NinjaDom should move fully into the 21st century. It is the most important part of the platform for many. There was no way they could not make zero changes to the DOM, but these IMO are a few minor enhancements, I would hardly call these major enhancements and this is the biggest new release for Ninja ever.
Maybe I will be surprised when the software is finally released, I do hope so.
Another poor show by Ninja is the time it has taken, they should certainly have put more resources into their bread and butter platform upgrade. Can appreciate they donīt release it quickly so they can be assured it is "as good as it can be" but how overdue is it?
Yes, but one thing they have done is make the Dom a ninjascript Object. That should open it up to serious customization using NinjaScript and I think in the end there will be a lot on interesting enhancements put forward by the user community, both paid and unpaid.
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whether the platform is able to compensate for historical data on bid / ask when connecting to iqfeed (kinetick) for any period (time. tick. range bars and etc)?
I hope you understand me what I mean, because you have three opponents (Sierra Chart, MarketDelta Charts, MultiCharts) who easily do
* If investing gets too difficult for a seventh grader to understand, the system is needlessly complex
* Markets produce an enormous volume of information, much of which is redundant
* In every game and con there's always an opponent, and there's always a victim. The trick is to know when you're the latter, so you can become the former
Ray has covered this many times in multiple webinars. Answer is yes. You should watch all the NT8 webinars on futures.io (formerly BMT).
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