Wealth-lab for Charting

Discussion in 'Trading Software' started by mezzanine, Dec 3, 2002.

  1. mezzanine


    I know that wealth-lab is very efficient for system development and backtesting.

    I would like to know if it is worth getting for a discretionary approach where no system is being developed in the mechanical/programming sense, but just for its charting capabilities. Are any very discretionary, non-system traders using this software or is it not worth it because so many of the features would go unused?
  2. Why don't you download the trial version and decide if you like the charts?

  3. kenokabe

    kenokabe Guest

    As a WLD code writer, I feel WLD is a very flexible chart software. You can control almost everything via code basis.
    Probably, you can start copy and pasting sample code and learn.
    Unfortunately, the smoothness of scroll or zoom-in-out is not as good as Qchart and eSignal.
    If you insist to use WLD without tweaking code at all, $650 is expensive just to see chart.

    Good luck,

  4. As for the charting I would like to inform you that we are planning to includein version 3:

    3-Line Break Out

    and it is looking good. :)