Limits with Mutlicharts trading compared to Matlab Simulink

(Last Updated On: April 7, 2015)

Limits with Mutlicharts trading compared to Matlab Simulink

Q&A:

Question from new member:

I hope the videos and spice would give me the tools I need. Would you recommend sticking with MATLAB/ Simulink to code generation to visual studio using the devexpress controls, or still try to work in Multicharts .Net?

 

Answer:

I would be more comfortable with Devexpress as I find the Multichartshas virtually no documentation

 

Response:

Those were my thoughts, lack of support and locked to single platform

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