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Is It Time to Move to NT 7?

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NT7 is soooo unstable, gimme the Good Old Days

My installation ran UNATTENDED 24/7 for 11 days with no problems. Several workspaces running, a bunch of GomRecorders. But that is not "stable" enough, I wanna go back to NT5.

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NT 7 and Gomi Vol. Ladder?

Is any one using Vol. Ladder with NT 7?

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Is any one using Vol. Ladder with NT 7?

If you look at the Volume Ladder threads I think you will find several people are:

https://futures.io/elite-circle/1342-volume-ladder-ninjatrader.html

https://futures.io/elite-circle/2100-volume-ladder-highlight-addition.html

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NT7 and the volume ladder

Over the last several months (at least) all development work on volume ladders has been done on NT7.

I should know.

I have not used NT6.5 in well over a year and have been running volume ladder right from the start, Gomi's original version.

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I took the plunge and downloaded NT7 on my older pc and it has been awesome. It uses less resources and loads faster. Way more efficient and very stable. I say go for it. Downloading market replay data is wonderful.

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I took the plunge and downloaded NT7 on my older pc and it has been awesome. It uses less resources and loads faster. Way more efficient and very stable. I say go for it. Downloading market replay data is wonderful.


I have been using 7 for a month now and love it....


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Used NT 6.5. again today. 3 full crashes - NT had to be removed via Windows Task Manager - within 20 minutes on data loading. 10 restarts. It is really the worst software ever.


With NT 7.0. I only had one crash during the last 6 months.


What an improvement!

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NT 7 seems good

Hello all,

I am trading in NT 7 and I find it very stable, although my workspace is very heavy...

Happy trading!

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Once I stopped saving live IQFeed data as historical, NT7 has been quite stable and runs 24/7. I have multiple volume ladders and workspaces with a total of about 30/40 charts with tick data coming from IQFeed.

Perhaps I will eventually take the plunge and start trading using NT!

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Once I stopped saving live IQFeed data as historical, NT7 has been quite stable and runs 24/7. I have multiple volume ladders and workspaces with a total of about 30/40 charts with tick data coming from IQFeed.

Perhaps I will eventually take the plunge and start trading using NT!

Can you clarify --- you disabled the internal NT option to save data, or you disabled the GOM Recording Framework recording?

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