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MotiveWave - experiences?

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How difficult would it be to maintain ten years of data for S&P 500 stocks and five years of data for twenty to thirty stocks between Italy and the Budapest exchange with motivewave.

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This would be a question for Motivewave support. The data providers will obviously be the maintainers of the data. Im pretty sure if you wanted to pull 10years of data to plot on your chart that can happen. You just need to make sure you have a data provider that stores the amount of data your looking for.

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Many were complaining of slow loading tick charts. They have fixed the slowness in this release.

What's New in MotiveWave 5.4

(Released June 5, 2018)

Below is information on the major features and enhancements included in MotiveWave's version 5.4 (since the last major release of version 5.3). Please visit the MotiveWave download page for full Release Notes on each release including minor releases and to download the latest version of MotiveWave.

FEATURES

1. Fractional Volume - Support for fractional orders (values < 1) in crypto currencies. This affects live and historical data as well as placing orders on the simulated account.
2. Java 9 - Updated to the Java implementation (9.0.4).
3. PL Calculation Method - By default MotiveWave will calculate P/L using the current Bid/Ask price. You can change this to use last price in the Preferences Dialog (Configure -> Preferences from the Console Menu Bar). Click on "General" and then the "General" sub tab.
3. Java Mail - upgraded to the latest Java Mail API.
4. Double Click Properties - A new option has been added to the Preferences dialog to disable the feature to show the component properties when double clicking on a figure. See Configure -> Preferences from the Console menu bar, click on "Chart" then on "Options".
5. Historical Tick Data Performance Enhancements - Significant enhancements have been added to optimize the loading of large tick data sets (millions of ticks). This will improve the loading time and reduce memory usage. Existing studies and components have been updated to take advantage of these improvements..
Cumulative Delta - Added "Delta" to the cursor data. This is the closing delta - opening delta. Also re-implemented to reduce the memory footprint.

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While looking for platforms, I found out about MotiveWave which does look very good and picked my interest, but I haven't found as much feedback around here as can be found for other platforms (like NT or SC).

So, does any futures.io (formerly BMT) member has already used (or is using) this platform? If so, what are your opinions about it? Pros, cons, good, bad, and so on.

I've tried to sign up for a demo which is nearly impossible and never got the chance. I have looked at the pricing and it's not that cheap but I do have a MAC computer and would like to use it to trade and I do see what MotiveWave is compatible with Apple computers

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I've tried to sign up for a demo which is nearly impossible and never got the chance. I have looked at the pricing and it's not that cheap but I do have a MAC computer and would like to use it to trade and I do see what MotiveWave is compatible with Apple computers

I use it on the Mac and love it. IMO it is the best platform I have found for a Mac. I now use MW instead of NinjaTrader. The demo is instant if you download it from the page below.

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Random question, is there a way to pull up like an objects window like on MetaTrader 5? I tend to draw a lot of horizontal rays. I would like to be able to just mass delete them. So far, I haven't been able to figure it out.

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Random question, is there a way to pull up like an objects window like on MetaTrader 5? I tend to draw a lot of horizontal rays. I would like to be able to just mass delete them. So far, I haven't been able to figure it out.

Push the Alt button and "V" button at same time. It will bring up the object viewer window.

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thanks, I'm amazed by how customizable MotiveWave is and the amount of short cuts available at your disposal. Already signed up for an account with Amp Futures. Hoping to use this platform once I pass KYC and go live.

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thanks, I'm amazed by how customizable MotiveWave is and the amount of short cuts available at your disposal. Already signed up for an account with Amp Futures. Hoping to use this platform once I pass KYC and go live.

Your welcome. Yes. It's very customizable. I really like it. It's a great platform. Awesome! Wishing you the best with your test and your trading.

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Damn, unfortunately it looks like Amp no longer has that special offer with waiving platform fees and charging $0.25 per side. I will be going with CQG's QTrader then. It looks like the next best platform for me.

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