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Trading Apprentice
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C# developer willing to collaborate

The S# API has potential. Is anyone developing with it? If so get back to me to discuss collaboration. I'm also posting a similar message on Jasonnator's MC thread. Thanks

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Good news everyone!

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We developing our platform since 2010. Unfortunately, until now it was focused only on the Russian-speaking audience.

Today we want to change our format, and have prepared for you the English version of the documentation.

Our forum, our chat, our documentation and our samples - you can use all of these resources.

If you have any question (comments, feedbacks etc.) you can write it directly here or visit our chat (based on Telegram app).

We will be happy to answer your questions.

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Good news everyone!

......
We will be happy to answer your questions.

Congrats!

Can you just give us a short reminder as far as who you can connect to: CQG, Rithmic, Gain Capital?

Thanks,
Matt Z
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Congrats!

Can you just give us a short reminder as far as who you can connect to: CQG, Rithmic, Gain Capital?

The S#.API and S#.Designer (will write it as an separate topic) support the same connection set:

Stock market (I don't know maybe it also support something else like currency trading or derivatives, but we call it "Stock"):
  1. OpenECryTrader for OpenECry (now it GainCapital Futures but the API has a legacy well know name so we still named as OEC)
  2. InteractiveBrokersTrader for Interactive Brokers
  3. BlackwoodTrader for Blackwood
  4. ETradeTrader for E*TRADE
  5. IQFeedTrader for IQFeed
  6. SterlingTrader for Sterling
  7. CQGTrader for CQG
  8. RithmicTrader for Rithmic
  9. ItchTrader for ITCH

Forex market:
  1. LmaxTrader for LMAX
  2. OandaTrader for OANDA

Bitcoins:
  1. BtceTrader for BTC-E
  2. BitStampTrader for BitStamp

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@stocksharp you should not call it all "stock" and make clear separation. E Trade and Sterling are stock based APIs.
You should make a distinction and call the it Futures (for futures and commodities) and Equities for stocks.

Also, Rithmic has made many improvements to their API since we last spoke. I don't think the old API will work for you.
Please check on it.

Matt Z
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This looks like it has amazing potential for the programmer that needs functionality beyond what a major platform like Multicharts or Ninja Trader offers. I've downloaded it and played around with it in Visual Studio.

Where it is lacking is in documentation on how to actually use it in a coherent way for backtesting and live deployment. For the US audience, a demo showing how to:

1. Load data in from IQFeed or similar type data provider.
2. Perform a back test using a simple MA cross over or something from data loaded in step 1.
3. Analyze the results

and then:

4. Deploy a live version of a simple strategy using Interactive Brokers or one of the other common brokerages here in the US.

5. The licenses need to make this work are a bit ambiguous. How much are they and what piece of the framework do these licenses provide?





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The S#.API and S#.Designer (will write it as an separate topic) support the same connection set:

Stock market (I don't know maybe it also support something else like currency trading or derivatives, but we call it "Stock"):
  1. OpenECryTrader for OpenECry (now it GainCapital Futures but the API has a legacy well know name so we still named as OEC)
  2. InteractiveBrokersTrader for Interactive Brokers
  3. BlackwoodTrader for Blackwood
  4. ETradeTrader for E*TRADE
  5. IQFeedTrader for IQFeed
  6. SterlingTrader for Sterling
  7. CQGTrader for CQG
  8. RithmicTrader for Rithmic
  9. ItchTrader for ITCH

Forex market:
  1. LmaxTrader for LMAX
  2. OandaTrader for OANDA

Bitcoins:
  1. BtceTrader for BTC-E
  2. BitStampTrader for BitStamp


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This looks like it has amazing potential for the programmer that needs functionality beyond what a major platform like Multicharts or Ninja Trader offers. I've downloaded it and played around with it in Visual Studio.

First of all, the key difference between S# and MC (=NT). We have a set of programs, not just one. The message below was about S#.API. It is a set of .NET assemblies. So no GUI or other features that you can see in comparable platform.

For the GUI we provide S#.Designer (not yet released, so no announce but I'm 99% sure you asking about that approach). For programmers (or for trader who has much experience in programming and prefer to use Visual Studio) - S#.API.

It is a key moment that can explain many finer points.


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Where it is lacking is in documentation on how to actually use it in a coherent way for backtesting and live deployment. For the US audience, a demo showing how to:

Will happy to hear how we can improve it.


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1. Load data in from IQFeed or similar type data provider.
2. Perform a back test using a simple MA cross over or something from data loaded in step 1.
3. Analyze the results

1. Getting started
2. Backtesting/Emulation
3. ...


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and then:

4. Deploy a live version of a simple strategy using Interactive Brokers or one of the other common brokerages here in the US.

5. The licenses need to make this work are a bit ambiguous. How much are they and what piece of the framework do these licenses provide?

4. Interactive Brokers
5. As shown here Pricing. StockSharp it is based what the connectors you plan to use. IB, IQFeed - for free (no license file required).

Please ask here or in our forum. No prob to assist.

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[*]RithmicTrader for Rithmic

Hello stocksharp, can you comment on your API in context of Rithmic? I am currently working on development of an automated bot using their C++ in Linux, whereas you're using C# which would be limited to Windows, correct? If not, have you tested it under Mono runtime in Linux thoroughly to verify stability/speed?

Also, what primary/basic advantage does Stocksharp offer a developer in using its functions for interaction with Rithmic's systems versus just going straight to Rithmic's API code/docs?

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Hello stocksharp, can you comment on your API in context of Rithmic? I am currently working on development of an automated bot using their C++ in Linux, whereas you're using C# which would be limited to Windows, correct? If not, have you tested it under Mono runtime in Linux thoroughly to verify stability/speed?

My colleague did an migration on Mono. It was for tests only, and connection to broker was socket level.

Not sure Rithmic has adapted they own .NET wrapper for Mono. Without that you cannot connect under Mono runtime.


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Also, what primary/basic advantage does Stocksharp offer a developer in using its functions for interaction with Rithmic's systems versus just going straight to Rithmic's API code/docs?

1) Backtesting
2) Charting (and many other WPF components)
3) Simulator
4) Many trading algos, indicators (+70).
5) Independence. Same algo with many diff connections.

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Hi Stocksharp,

I read on your website's forum that you will be releasing a version of S#.Designer that will have tools specific for Options trading.

Has this version been released yet? If not, is there an ETA on its release?

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