I first heard of Neoticker after listening to Avery Horton (TRO) on Tradersinterviews.com. I checked out his site Kreslik.com and those guys are all over Neoticker even to the point of securing member discounts and buying a license for Avery so that he would write indicators for Neoticker. Given the following he has I would expect that the community will grow pretty qucikly. Although this site is largely Ninja based there seems quite a lot of disatisfaction with the product. What would have to happen for the seasoned Ninja traders on this board to migrate over to Neoticker?
Been a neoticker user for 4 years and also use Ninja for their DOM. I was really hoping multicharts in NT was worth waiting for but was VERY DISAPPOINTED. I hired two programers to switch my algorithms to NT7 and both failed. NT could not handle it. The plain fact is that if you are a huge number cruncher which I am. I am a Quant Trader. NT just does not compare.
I have yet to find a trading platform as sophisticated as NEO. Tickquest is a boutique firm with not a lot of users. (I don't care about that) NEO uses a lot of brute force for the stuff I am doing. It is sort of best kept secret for highly sophisticated traders as I know a few hedge funds that swear by Neo as well.
Do the programers failed because their says it was impossible, or because it was too long/complex to code for them ?
I don't have any examples of things impossible to do with NT/C#, I'll be happy to see "un-codable in C#" stuff .
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I am exploring both these platforms as well for strategy development (Ninja & Neo). Can any one share any of their experiences to build automated strategies on Ninja Vs NeoTicker and in the end which platform you went with. Thanks in advance.
I am interested to start using Neoticker mostly because of the Neobreadth program where you can construct your own TICK Indicator for a group of stocks that you choose... but their forum is really dead.
Does anyone know of a similar program like Neobreadth where you can build your own breadth indicators?