Should I go with Ninja?

Discussion in 'Index Futures' started by LVtrader35, Nov 1, 2008.

  1. So far I like what I have seen in Ninja.

    If you had to make a choice would Ninja be at the top of your list? If so, what broker(s) do you feel are the best fit with Ninja?

    As well, are you doing any automation with Ninja and like what it does and what it can handle?

    Thanks -
  2. Tums


    what have you compared with?
  3. Trade Station, Multi Charts, E-Sig, IB
  4. Tums


    EasyLanguage is a Procedural language
    C# is an Object Oriented language

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  5. bump
  6. Here is a very nice combination:

    1) Sierra Charts for charting
    2) Zeroline trader for the DOM. Bracket orders work great!
    3) IB for trading and data. If you don't want their data, Sierra Charts offers their own real time and historical

    Give them a try, great prices and capabilities are great.

  7. Boib


    Have you looked at QuoteTracker?
  8. ATLien


    NinjaTrader is a great platform and you can go with IB, Mirus, etc, etc. The C# plugin/extension environment is good too, but don't expect to implement any advanced strategies as the API framework isn't fit for it.

    You may also want to consider X-Trader, or go with a Sierra Chart and ZeroLine/ButtonTrader combo. I started with Ninja, went to Quotetracker, then Sierra/Button, now I'm running on my own platform. Out of the commercial offerings, Sierra/Button was definitely the best.