Registered: Jan 2009
01-13-11 09:58 PM
That's very bad news, QT is one of the best programms I have found until now, both in terms of functionality as of efficiency.
It is also one of the few charting applications that one can connect to IB and work well on Linux.
Actually I would pay a higher monthly fee in order to be able to continue using it.
I am sure there are a lot of people who would do it, just because it is a superior program
to many others. So maybe Jerry could still make some money with it buying back?
Lately I began to have a look at AmiBroker. Seem also good, but a very different beast.
Does anyone have experience with both? How does its charting capabilities compare to QT?
Is it worth to make a change to AB, or are there better options?
I also tried Ninja some time ago, but it does not run on Linux, and even on Windows it is much slower and clumsier than QT. And it has no free floating charts...