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Open Source Trading Platforms (Master List)

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For the uninitiated, the first question will be why do they need to go with an open-source project (OSP) after all? OSP can in no way compete with the support and timely updates of a commercial platform. The answer depends on your needs. A retail commercial platform such as Amibroker on Ninjatrader shall be able to address most of your requirements. But everything has limitations, and because their source code is proprietary, it can be hard to extend their capabilities. This is where people invest time/money to trade with an OSP. I started looking at options with the need to connect Amibroker with Sterling API.

 

I will be updating this list regularly, please add your comments.

 

tradelink

http://code.google.com/p/tradelink/

Write automated trading systems, connect with 17+ broker APIs

 

AIOTrade

http://sourceforge.net/projects/humaitrader

AIOTrade (formerly Humai Trader Platform) is a free, open source stock technical analysis platform built on pure java.

 

manticore-trader

http://www.manticore-projects.com/

manticore-trader is a free and open java software for day trading warants on stocks, currencies and comodities. It includes modules for charting, position and risk management, automatic ordering and system trading. Instruments and quotes of the main financial markets are provided daily

 

G-BOT

http://www.datatime.eu/public/gbot/

G-BOT is a public academic project, headed by Prof. Tom Gastaldi (first University of Rome "La Sapienza"). The project is about the study of trading algorithms and fully automated strategies for systematic profitability.

Marketcetera

http://trac.marketcetera.org/

http://www.marketcetera.com/

Marketcetera focuses on building the key trading functions that are common to all organizations, thus freeing our clients to concentrate on proprietary trading algorithms and other specialized software that provide a competitive advantage.

Merchant of Venice

http://sourceforge.net/projects/mov

http://mov.sourceforge.net/

MOV is a stock market trading programme that supports portfolio management, charting, technical analysis, paper trading and genetic programming. Venice runs in a graphical user interface with online help and has full documentation.

 

EclipseTrader

http://sourceforge.net/projects/eclipsetrader/

http://eclipsetrader.sourceforge.net/

Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) application featuring shares pricing watch, intraday and history charts with technical analysis indicators, level II/market depth view, news watching, and integrated trading.

 

JBookTrader

http://code.google.com/p/jbooktrader/

All aspects of trading, such as obtaining market prices, analyzing price patterns, making trading decisions, placing orders, monitoring order executions, and controlling the risk are automated according to the user preferences. JBookTrader is a "sister" project to JSystemTrader.

Matrex

http://sourceforge.net/projects/matrex/

http://matrex.sourceforge.net/

The perfect desktop tool for mathematical, statistical models and complex calculations. Adapters to matlab, scilab, octave, R.

 

OpenGamma

http://www.opengamma.com/

OpenGamma provides technology for financial institutions to improve analytics calculation and delivery to front-office and risk users.

 

Open Java Trading System (Last Update 2010-08-14)

http://sourceforge.net/projects/ojts/

http://ojts.sourceforge.net/

The Open Java Trading System (OJTS) is meant to be a common infrastructure to develop (stock) trading systems. There are four parts: gathering of raw data over the internet, recognition of trading signals, a visualization module and trading with banks.

 

Joone

http://sourceforge.net/projects/joone/

Joone is a neural net framework written in Java. It's composed by a core engine, a GUI editor and a distributed training environment and can be extended by writing new modules to implement new algorithms or architectures starting from base component

 

Data Visualizer (Last Update 2009-07-17)

http://sourceforge.net/projects/dataviews

http://dataviews.sourceforge.net/

Modular environment for graphical visualization of stock market type data

SFL Java Trading System Enviroment (Last Update 2009-07-17)

http://sourceforge.net/projects/sfljtse

http://www.sflweb.org/index.php?blog=sfljtse

Java application built on KISS principle ( Keep It Simple,Stupid ) and its aim is to provide a fast and platform indipendent infrastructure to develop and execute trading systems.

 

ActiveQuant (Last Update 2009)

http://www.activequant.org/

Somewhat heavy stuff, for proficient programmers only

 

JSystemTrader (Last Update 2009)

Developed to work with Interactive Broker’s API, fully automated trading system (ATS) that can trade various types of market securities during the trading day without user monitoring.

 

Market Analysis System (Last Update 2009-07-17)

http://sourceforge.net/projects/eiffel-mas

http://eiffel-mas.sourceforge.net/

System for analysis of financial markets using technical analysis. Includes facilities for stock charting and futures charting, as well as automated generation of trading signals based on user-selected criteria. Operates on both daily and intraday data.

 

Oropuro trading system (Last Update 2009)

http://sourceforge.net/projects/oropuro

http://www.oropuro.org

Complete technical analysis & trading system, full set of features: retrieve, analyze EOD stocks data; manage multiple portfolios; technical analysis & graphical rendering; neural networks for generation of trading signals; support trader community,

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Encog

Encog Java and DotNet Neural Network Framework | Heaton Research

Encog Ninjatrader Getting Started - Encog Machine Learning Framework

 

Encog is an advanced neural network and machine learning framework. Encog contains classes to create a wide variety of networks, as well as support classes to normalize and process data for these neural networks. Encog trains using multithreaded resilient propagation. Encog can also make use of a GPU to further speed processing time. A GUI based workbench is also provided to help model and train neural networks.

 

See wiki above for using with NinjaTrader

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The only one that I came across a while back is OpenForexPlatform, Its not limited to Forex as you can connect to several API, However you mentioned Sterling so Tradelink may be the best solution as the work is already done for you.

 

What have you decided on?

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Yes traderlink is the best bet, though it will need some customization. But even with that Traderlink+Sterling seems to be a more efficient solution than Ninjatrader+custom interface+Sterling.

 

Though I will actually implement this after few months, currently have other priority.

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Hello! Thank you very much for this post!

 

We are the Distance Learning Departament of an Public

University in Argentina.

 

We are searching a white label online trading platform for our online

finance courses for educational purposes.

 

Which one do you recommend for our case?

Thank you again!

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Hello! Thank you very much for this post!

 

We are the Distance Learning Departament of an Public

University in Argentina.

 

We are searching a white label online trading platform for our online

finance courses for educational purposes.

 

Which one do you recommend for our case?

Thank you again!

 

I've been using ModulusFE's M4 platform for a couple years (Trading Application with Complete C# and C++ Source Code by Modulus - YouTube). I use this because the source code is open and commercially supported (you get 24/7 dev support). They have a new HTML5 web based trading platform that is licensed with source code although I have not used this web version and so I cannot comment on it - but Ican say the desktop version has been more than sufficient for my needs. ModulusFE also bought out OpenForexPlatform (and offered a commercial license to all the open source contributors); so now you can license OpenForexPlatform under a commercial license without the GPL license. I have tried the OpenForexPlatform version and didn't like it as much. I also use NinjaTrader for some of my trading. I tried TradeLink and did not like that platform at all and did not like the community. I would avoid TradeLink at all costs. I have been programming since the 80's and that thing was just thrown together in an incoherent way just like OpenForexPlatform. I'm sticking with M4 and some other software I have developed for myself. Sorry for the long winded reply but I recommend checking out ModulusFE's HTML5 platform. Again I have not used it but I have used their other products.

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AlgoTrader

http://code.google.com/p/algo-trader/

AlgoTrader is an automated trading system (ATS) that can trade any type of security on any market available through InteractiveBrokers or FIX. All aspects of trading like getting market data, analyzing prices, taking trade decisions, placing orders & tracking executions can be automated.

 

AlgoTrader

http://www.algotrader.ch

 

AlgoTrader is now available as a commercial product (with Support, Professional Services, etc.):

 

The AlgoTrader Enterprise Edition now has many new Features, including three different GUI's, different Broker Interfaces (Native and Fix), support for custom Derivative Spreads, several built-in Execution Algorithms, an Option Pricing Engine, and much more.

 

The system is still heavily based on Open Source Technologies like Hibernate, Spring, ActiveMQ & AndroMDA. Full Documentation is available

 

Also, AlgoTrader is still based on Complex Event Processing (CEP) using Esper and therefore accommodates strategies that cannot be programed with procedural programming languages.

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OpenMAMA

What is OpenMAMA? | openmama.org

 

OpenMAMA is an open source project hosted at the Linux Foundation that provides a high performance middleware agnostic messaging API that interfaces with a variety of message oriented middleware systems. It aims to become the standard open messaging API for financial services.

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