NinjaTrader 7 Released!

Discussion in 'Events' started by NinjaTrader_Ray, Dec 2, 2010.

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  2. JamesL


    Can one continue to use 6.5 or is that avenue being eliminated?
  3. Ray, do you have a short webpage highlighting the differences between 6.5 -> 7?

    Does anybody have experience with whether or not 7 is faster and better at resource utilization than the old version?
  4. It is said that this is a revolutionary upgrade ?
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  6. Im a CTA and been using Ninjatrader for over 3 yrs. I trade ES and GBP, and EUR fulltime.

    I started out with the 6 series Ninja obviously and now have been using the 7. The 7 runs much more efficiently in terms of memory & cpu usage especially in multi threaded mode. 64 bit OS, quad core cpu and at least 4gb is highly recommended to take advantage of Ninja 7

    You can overlay charts on top of other charts and indicators, plus many other upgrades, they have done a fantastic job with Ninja 7.

    From what Ive heard the 6.5 version will be around for quite a while before they even consider(if they ever do) phasing it out.
  7. Ray, congrats on the new version. I have tested NinjaTrader a few years ago but haven't looked at it recently. I'd be interested in knowing your thoughts on having a scaled-down version run on Linux natively without Windows emulators or Virtual Machines? I understand it was built for Windows and .NET and I am thinking more of a version that doesn't have all the bells and whistles but offers basic charting, customization and auto-trade capabilities and is compact and fast. I'd be very interested if this were ever to materialize. Thanks.
  8. RedDuke


    Hi Ray,

    Congrats on the release. I have developed a lot of scripts in 6.5. Did the language changed in any way? Would i need to make changes to code or is it all backwards compatible?

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    Thank you. At this time, we have no plans for a native linux version.
    #10     Dec 2, 2010