Backtest when you have this powerful simulator to test your strategies in real time against simulated banks, traders, and even market makers?

(Last Updated On: February 3, 2015)
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Why backtest when you have this powerful simulator to test your strategies in real time against simulated banks, traders, and even market makers?

Honestly, this is a very powerful testing environment when you trading idea suddenly flops in live trading. This kind of software will help mitigate those failures with your new ideas.

I made a video on this software called FIX Agora.

Maybe this Python package open source pytqtgraph could be useful for high speed charting for trading system?

This is read only. I am having problems finding something decent for open source trading for high speed trading. I also am getting tired of maintaining a Windows system with antivirus (a necessity in itself) that hampers the performance of this system.

Got an opinion on a Python package like this? If so, let me know via my Facebook group.

Also, here are my latest private charts you can only in my Facebook profile.

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Let me know if you got questions or comment

Thanks for reading

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