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Whats your favorite trading software?

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On 7/13/2018 at 5:14 PM, james_traderguy said:

So I was wondering, what software do you guys generally like? Trade Station, Ninja Trader, other?
Personally I'd have to say flowshark, it tells where the buyers and sellers are coming in, it's quite powerful.

For CFDs MT4 is more than enough, good backtesting capabilities, speed, lots of education material on MQl5

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