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FWIW

I was (am) having trouble plotting MBox on NT8 when tick replay is enabled. Mike at MBox states it is not necessary to enable tick replay, however if you run other indicators that require it there may be an issue.

That said, I posted this issue on NT8 support and one person replied with the following, "Sounds like the third party indicator is attempting to circumvent the need to use tick replay to get bid ask delta data. And that it's trying to do this by comparing the bid, ask, and last prices from the three separate files which is WRONG because the three files are not synchronized due to the unavoidable fact that many records in the separate files will have the same time stamps therefore cannot be read in the correct order."

Mike has not responded to this comment, but I would be curious to know if this is how it is programmed? I have heard from another source that the cumulative delta totals are notably different.

Wilson

https://ninjatrader.com/support/forum/showthread.php?t=105929

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Mike, thanks for clearing that up. After posting my initial query and issue on Ninjatrader I didn't hear back from you regarding that comment made about coding Bid/Ask data without tick replay. I was hoping you would respond on Ninjatrader support after that since you acknowledged to me that you read it, but I appreciate your explanation here. Thanks again.

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Here is a Weis Wave vs MBoxWave Wyckoff Trading System - Comparison on NinjaTrader 8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yk--M7BFigQ&t=10s

Site for MBoxWave is http://mboxwave.com

With the various issues NT8 still seems to have popping would you say mbox package may run more efficiently and more accurately on TradeStation? Can you share your thoughts on the matter as there seem to be a lot of posts still complaining about NT issues, thank you

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