I used TT for 10 yrs and started using Ninja in 2012. Had some issues with Nnja in early 2014 because my system would occasionally freeze up. I executed Ninja thru Patsystems. Because of my issues freezing up earlier this year, I switched to T4. When Ninja bBrokerage started, I switched back to Ninja and have been very pleased. Speed etc has been excellent. I am happy with ninja.
If u had issues with ninja previously, ninja brokerage may be a big improvement.
Yeah, I am good with NT7 -- had started using it around 2012. After watching the set-up videos and reading the Support Forum...I was able to download it, open it, set-up the charts and fiddle with it within couple hours!
I do like the Chart Trader! It's cool having your stops and targets be seen right on the chart and are fully adjustable by just click and drag! Can't have a robust trading management without the ATM! That is gold right there!
I just heard that the P&F charting in NT7 is not quite of to par! Maybe NT8 will solve that problem. The strategy I am learning now may use P&F charts for correct S&R without the noise.
Yeah...looking forward to NT8 -- hope it is just not too complicated to re-learn.
I'm using NT 7 it's been great but the only scary thing that it to me last night was hearing the automated voice saying, "order filled". I checked and chated w my broker and fortunately there weren't any orders. That was scary.
Well, in my case although irritating, probably the correct approach because my configuration is a bit weird and maybe even messy. I don't run NT on a machine only used for trading and I have three drives, have moved my Documents folder off the C: drive and all that is running within Parallels on an iMac. So, the above step simply re-establishes as close as possible to a simple, clean installation; and from there if I still need to alter things, at least I can more easily see at what point it breaks. I don't get random failures. They are always due to some particular change in my system such as enabling file sharing between OSX and Windows.