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    Strategy Coded in LUA

    Hello,

    I have come up with rather a great idea for an algorithmic egy, however my programming expertise in LUA is very limited. LUA is the coding language used from the FXCM platform, TSII/Marketscope. I'm wondering whether there are some traders/programmers out there which would be willing to help with this excellent idea.

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    You don't need to use LUA. FXCM has also C and C# based trading platforms.

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    Thank You Brad!

    So is there anyway to only have solitary stocks and each of the commodity markets undergo marketscope? Like can I just buy the feed to get all those markets?

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    That is an old thread but thought I would try. New member and can't email others.

    I have a egy that I need adjusted for the FXCM trading station platform. I have exactly the very same problems since you Mfoste1 with FXCM and codebase. Except FXCM did not even reply to me personally after filling out their quote form twice! The egy that I want fixed is that the donchian channel split egy, made by codebase. People that are codebase never examine it and put on hold.

    The egy comes with an choice to enable tick data, but doen't seem to get the job done. Trades following the candle closes rather than if station is crossed.
    Wondering if Mfoste1 found a reliable coder with this platform which you would advoe? Wiling to pay, just want it fixed without any viruses.
    Thanks
    Neal

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    Hello there

    Drop me a PM I may have the ability to assist.

    Ciao

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Hi there

    Drop me a PM that I may have the ability to assist.

    Ciao
    Hey Terraforce,

    thanks for the answer. I will send you a PM tonight, I have been really busy over the previous moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Hello,

    I have come up with rather a fantastic idea to get an algorithmic egy, yet my programming expertise in LUA is very limited. LUA is the language used from the FXCM platform, TSII/Marketscope. I am wondering if there are some traders/programmers out there which would be eager to assist with this excellent idea.
    Hi Mfoste1,

    In addition to what Terraforce and Jcl365 have already said, you can receive free help with programming habit functions, indiors and egies to get FXCM platforms on the http://www.fxcodebase.com/code/viewforum.php?f=38. If you find that you need professional guie, you can http://www.fxcm.co.uk//forex-programming-services.jsp department. And if you are more comfortable programming in languages other than .LUA, then FXCM offers the http://www.fxcm.co.uk//automated-trading.jsp platforms that use MQL and C# respectively.

    Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Hi Mfoste1,

    Along with that which Terraforce and Jcl365 have said, you can receive free help with programming habit functions, indiors and egies for FXCM platforms around the http://www.fxcodebase.com/code/viewforum.php?f=38. If you realize that you need professional assistance, you can http://www.fxcm.co.uk//forex-programming-services.jsp department. And when you are more comfortable programming in languages aside from .LUA, then FXCM offers the [url=http://www.fxcm.co.uk//automated-trading.jsp]MT4...
    Hi Jason,

    Thanks for the response, yet, I posted here in order to prevent having the team at FXcodebase work on it. The team is very, very poorly managed and the site is all around the place and nothing ever seems to get finished there. Most of the algos the staff functions on are entirely useless and I will tell instantly that the egies won't work ever. So what happens is a fantastic idea comes along and the programmers are too busy working on useless ideas to finish it. Then, you receive the response your idea has been added to the development record aka the forgotten list. I have posted requests and ideas only to test back weeks later and discover that other thoughts that were posted considerably later than mine were finished. I have offered to cover the premium services, but they just said they would do it for free and post it to the website. This is not a fantastic practice in my view. Why wouldn't they've allow me to cover a personal algo developed? FXCM them level developers? It is very mind boggling.

    In regards to FXCM programming solutions, I had been quoted $600 for the reversal of 15 lines of code which is a joke at best, so I could only speculate as to exactly what a egy developed by them could cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Hi Jason,

    Thank you for the response, however, I posted in order to avoid getting the team at FXcodebase work on it. The group is very, very badly handled and the site is all around the place and nothing ever seems to get completed there. Most of the algos the team functions on are completely useless and I will tell instantly that the egies will not work ever. So what happens is that a good idea comes along and the programmers are too busy working on useless suggestions to finish it. Then, you receive the response your thought was added into the...
    We app robots in C to your FXCM API. If you are interested, please PM me. I can not tell you beforehand what a client specific algorithm will charge, but I will tell you it won't be $600 for 15 lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I've offered to pay for the premium services, but they only said they would do it free of charge and post it on the site. This is not a fantastic practice in my opinion. Why wouldn't they have let me pay for a personal algo developed? Are they reduced level programmers paid by FXCM? It is very mind boggling.

    In regards to FXCM programming services, I'd been quoted $600 for the reversal of 15 lines of code which is a joke at best, so I could only speculate about what a egy developed by them could cost.
    Hello Mfoste1,

    The FXCodebase.com website is supposed to be a free community where people can discuss progr. That is why they don't have a paid support. The FXCM Programming Services section is where you can get professional aid. The minimum they bill for almost any job is 600, so it might not be worth it for a short program, but could be worthwhile for a more complex program. They also usually offer a means for you to get your program coded free of charge, if you deposit money in your FXCM account or fulfill certain trading quantity requirements. If you were curious about those options, you may http://www.fxcm.com//programming-services-form.jsp.

    Jason

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