Forex Simulator 3.0One of the best trading simulators
One of the best trading simulators. Optimized for manual backtesting, learning and training. Freeware!
Forex Simulator 3.0 details
|Released:||Jul 29, 2018|
|File size:||29.48 MB|
|Keywords:||forex, trading, simulator, simulation, backtesting|
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Forex Simulator for Windows 10 - Full description
One of the best trading simulators. Optimized for manual backtesting, learning and training. Freeware! Accurate simulation, like you are trading real-time market Synchronized time between all charts and windows, multi-currency trading without limits. Next tick order execution, spreads and comissions, limit and stop orders, margin calls. Flexible trading settings on a global and individual simulation level. Slippage Accurate simulation of random slippage, including dynamic, depending on current market volatility. Trading news becomes as close to reality, as possible. Mouse wheel controls simulation speed You will like it! Just scroll the mouse wheel to speed up or slow down the simulation. Doing the same with a Ctrl button pressed will move your forward or back in time. Unlimited simulation control settings Don't like the mouse wheel? Set up controls in a way you like, including hot keys and mouse events. The complete set of popular indicators Over 30 most popular indicators with a variety of settings and options. Develop any indicators you like C# is great not only as a product development language. Its flexibility enabled me to create simple indicator templates which you can easily extend to create indicators of any type with the highest speed possible. No compilation, no libraries, no dependencies! You don't need to compile indicators or even build a dll out of them. All you need is to edit the source code in any text editor of your choice, then hit F5 to see the results.