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Anyone have experiance with RightEdge?

Wondering if anyone has any experiance or feedback for using the platform Right Edge.


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Sorry for the bump. But I am now seriously considering this software, or writing my own entire backtesting platform from scratch. Would really help me out if someone could chime in.

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Have you tried the 45 day trial ?

I would guess you could get a pretty good idea with that time fiddling with it.

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Have you tried the 45 day trial ?

I would guess you could get a pretty good idea with that time fiddling with it.

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I did try it ages ago and did not take it that seriously. Now I cant try again haha. Also I want someone who is actually executing real strategies against it. This will reveal a lot more issues than just playing on demo data. I am planning on implementing a large account with many different strategies on the platform.

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I did try it ages ago and did not take it that seriously. Now I cant try again haha. Also I want someone who is actually executing real strategies against it. This will reveal a lot more issues than just playing on demo data. I am planning on implementing a large account with many different strategies on the platform.

IMO you can anytime drop them an email and ask for a renewed trial license. I wasn't effective in my first 30 days due to illness, and got another 30 days w/o issues.

Working with it for a year now, currently running a S&P 500 stock EOD system (automated, but with an external, one-directional IB interface, not the built-in live mode), consisting of 2 independent strategies. This was my entry into automated EOD strategies and I like RE a lot for the backtesting module, with some shortcomings on the automation side... in never found the live mode attractive or usable for me. And lots of work went into a custom position manager - still not sure if that was necessary though :-) The API is beautiful, much better than WaveLab's I think.

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RightEdge

I don't have any experience, but am also looking at it and comparing it to another C# option (MultiCharts.NET).

Would love to hear anyone comment on the benefits of one over the other (or choosing another back-testing app altogether? Tradestation; Amibroker; TradingBlox; TradersStudio; etc?

Would rather use a real language though, and also need portfolio back-testing and market scanning.

Anyway, here's a fascinating article on rightedge:

Why I prefer RightEdge for strategy modeling | Following the Trend

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