Category: NinjaTrader

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NinjaTrader Backtesting Software

NinjaTrader Backtest Analyzer

Programming an automated trading strategy can be a time consuming and/or costly venture. Unfortunately without investing the time and/or money in to having your strategy programmed, the only way to backtest the strategy and get an idea how it performs historically is to log each trade by hand. Backtesting Strategies by hand can be a …

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Divergence Indicator For NinjaTrader

Divergence Indicator

A very common request I receive for custom indicators and strategies is to include divergence. While divergence is easy for the eyes to see, it can be quite difficult to define in terms that are programmable. The Divergence Indicator for NinjaTrader utilizes a sophisticated algorithm to detect divergence, and eliminates some shortcomings of typical divergence …

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Swing Trading Secrets

Swing Trading Momentum

Swing Trading Secrets- Identifying Divergence and Convergence in Swings In my experience as a trader, I have found swing trading to be one of the easier methods of making consistent income. However, there are certainly Swing Trading Secrets you don’t know. While swing trading does not offer the unbelievably high rate of return that day …

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Trading Psychological Numbers – Round Number Bars

Trading Psychological Numbers

Trading Psychological Numbers A common method used by traders to identify Support and Resistance levels is by using psychological numbers that are commonly referred to as “Round Numbers”. Most people (including traders) have an easier time comprehending and understanding Round Numbers. Assume that another trader asks you where the S&P 500 is going to top …

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Support And Resistance on Higher Time Frames

Support and Resistance for NinjaTrader

Support And Resistance Indicator for NinjaTrader   Pivot points are commonly used by traders to identify key Support and Resistance levels in the markets. This indicator allows the user to display Pivot points from higher time frame charts (ex. Daily Charts), on lower time frame charts (ex. 15 minute charts). This allows you to see …

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Bar Speed Indicator

Bar Speed for NinjaTrader

Bar Speed Indicator – For Range Bars, Renko Bars, Tick Bars, Volume Bars and More… The bar speed indicator was created to measure the speed of the current market. When using time based charts such as a 60 minute chart, we can see exactly how far price moves within a given time period. However, with …

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Automatic Fibonacci Retracement Indicator

Fibonacci Retracement Indicator

Fibonacci Retracement Indicator A Fibonacci Retracement indicator is often used by traders as an indication of support and resistance. These indicators provide Fibonacci levels that are determined by identifying two extreme points (ex. a swing high and a swing low), and dividing the vertical distance by Fibonacci ratios. Fibonacci Retracement indicators can be used in …

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Importing NinjaScript Files

Importing NinjaScript Files – Indicators and Strategies Import Instructions: 1. Save the .zip file you downloaded to your computer (do not unzip the file) 2. Open NinjaTrader 3. Select ‘File > Utilities > Import NinjaScript’ 4. Browse to the .zip file saved in step 1 and select Open

NinjaTrader Rejecting Stop Orders

NinjaTrader Rejecting Stop Orders   This is a common occurrence when using stop orders. A Sell Stop order must be placed at a price below the current bid. Similarly, a Buy Stop order must be placed at a price above the current ask. What is happening is when all of the conditions are met for …

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Moving Average Crossover Traders – How to Beat Them

NinjaTrader Moving Average Crossover

Moving Average Crossovers For many years, futures, fores, and equities traders alike have been using moving average crossovers to determine trends in the market. A very common trading strategy amongst traders is to go long when a faster moving average crosses above a slower moving average, and to go short when the faster moving average …

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