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 Broman 
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Hi guys,

I've just run across Bloodhound from Shark Indicators, and it seems really quite intriguing at a fairly reasonable price point. It looks like the company has been around for quite a while too.

So the questions I have:
  • if it's a good developing environment, why doesn't it have more traction at this point?
  • Are there any forums sharing tips, indicators, sytems etc for Bloodhound?
  • Have any non-programmer types like myself, bought it and had success learning and implementing strategies?
  • Does it cause NinjaTrader to crash much?

I'd love to get some thoughts if anyone has had good or bad experiences.

btw, I saw the other thread that mentioned stopping after winning/loosing after set amount... has anyone figured out how to (hopefully easily) implement do this with Bloodhound? Seems like a feature that needs to be in the core system.

I guess my overall thought on the product is to build some indicators and play around with different crossovers, trend lines, supports etc. and see how it would affect profitability in real-time backtesting. I think that would be a great way to learn the cause & effect in the with the market. Being a fairly new trader this is the area I'm struggling with.

Thanks for your thoughts and time!
- John

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I moved your post to Vendor Reviews.

I closed it because an existing vendor review thread exists here:



Use that thread. The Bloodhound subforum is for users of Bloodhound only, not for reviews.

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