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scvidar
59 posts
msg #104006
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12/26/2011 10:35:50 PM

I have waited around 10 years for someone to come out with a very easy automated trading platform that I could use in conjunction with my excellent stockfetcher screens. I don't have to learn computer script or any of that nonsense. Looks very promising to me. Took all of 5 minutes to create my first automated criteria. Several good videos explain it.
http://training.prodigiorts.net/


gmg733
765 posts
msg #104012
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12/27/2011 12:53:58 PM

I have been looking more and more into automated trading after reading great content from Lawerance Chan. There are profitable systems published out there that have nice yield curves.

I have not tried this one yet, but have been snooping around for one.

four
4,381 posts
msg #104016
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modified
12/27/2011 8:12:13 PM

http://www.daytradingbias.com/?page_id=226

fortyfour
185 posts
msg #104028
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12/28/2011 1:57:30 PM

Thanks for the heads up.....
Will definitely check this out....


gmg733
765 posts
msg #104099
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12/31/2011 7:09:37 PM

That is it. There are many systems on this site. I got interested in this after L Chan optimized one of Mark Browns systems. Interesting work and I have been considering a project.

pschmu
12 posts
msg #118203
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2/15/2014 9:07:58 AM

About a year ago Prodigio was offering free paper trading. It just recently changed. Now you need an account at a preferred broker, which is TradeMonster. Id rather not open an account. Does anyone know of a similar paper trading platform that is free or fairly inexpensive that can trigger intraday trades automatically from a watch list?

What I liked about prodigio was that you could import a list of stocks in excel and trigger trades intraday. You could program it the night before and shut it down.

Any suggestions out there?



dwojahn
2 posts
msg #143213
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4/14/2018 9:10:42 PM

I looked into Prodigio back when it was part of TOS. Well i am back looking at it again and i'm seeing the same quirks ~ at least in backtesting. It's concerning that there is no buzz around this since 2015, No forums, facebook, news nothing. Their training videos aren't up to date with changes. Does anyone out there have encouragement that this company/product (that i would like to short) is worth powering through the inconsistencies i'm seeing in initial backtesting of basic rules i'm building. thx

daveMac
3 posts
msg #143225
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4/16/2018 1:19:27 AM

You might consider setting up Excel for that purpose, that would allow you control of each aspect, including whatever broker, logic, and applications of your screens and filters. There is quite a bit of knowledge available online.

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