AmiBroker

AmiBroker

Enables you to make complex chart analysis of your favorite stocks
4.1  (28 votes)
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AmiBroker is a technical analysis tool to manage your stock portfolio.
It gives you real time quotes taking the information from online services as eSignal, IQFeed, Interactive Brokers, QCharts, CQG, among other sources. AmiBroker features automatic Walk-Forward Testing, Multi-monitor floating charts, symbol and interval linking, drag-and-drop indicator creation, Portfolio Backtesting and Optimization and multiple currency handling. It's also capable of giving you free Fundamental data, Multiple Time-Frame support, 3D optimization charts and automated trading interface.

The program can draw object-oriented chart with layers and multi-window layouts. It's able to give you formula-based alerts, and has an easy-to-use formula editor. AmiBroker also has a built-in web research browser.

You can import and export databases in any format, to process the information with AmiBroker. You can send the charts you prepared via email directly from this program. AmiBroker lets you choose the style in which you want the graphics to display the data.

Daniel Ángel Romero
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Pros

  • It's a professional tool to manage your portfolio.

Cons

  • None.

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gaja

gaja Give likes for the super free demo.

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sushil

sushil Give a free demo.

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Ole

Ole Very good back tester and powerful, flexible language. Standard graphics are OK but non-standard charting (e.g,. Fibonacci patterns) are not built in and require extensive programming to impliment. No control is provided over the X axis so charts that adjust this axis (e.g., P&F) can only be approximated.

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