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Started:January 4th, 2015 (09:52 PM) by lbottan Views / Replies:1,171 / 2
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Multicharts 9 vs Tradestation 9

Old January 4th, 2015, 09:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Multicharts 9 vs Tradestation 9

I use MC since some months, with Esignal as data feed and IB. Everything is fine and now with MC9 there are many new features for portfolio trading and backtesting.

Only thing i do not like is the data feed costs. Esignal is the best choice for me to have historical and european exchange data but the monthly cost is huge. Quality of data is great.

Recently i checked tradestation again and i was wondering if anybody is able to highlight the advantages/disadvantages of the two softwares today. Is TS a better solution or MC is better but more expensive?

I trade stocks, futures. No options, no forex. Auto strategy from 15 mins to daily.

There are previous threads but quite old and with old version of software.

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Old June 10th, 2015, 02:54 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I'm interested as well to hear what people say since I started using TS recently.

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