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    Developers Required For MT4 to cTrader Conversions

    If you are a developer and understand both MT4 and cTrader and you are looking for more work than we can help as we are looking for someone just like you.

    Learn Swing Trading Using cTrader

    Learn how to Swing Trade using the cTrader trading platform, this simple knowledge will bring you huge benefits, we will show you how to automate the process with a single click of a button.

    How to Debug a cTrader cBot
    Learn how to debug your cTrader algorithmic trading robot using Visual Studio 2015 and Microsoft C#.
    Code Snippets with Visual Studio 2015 and cTrader

    Do you ever find yourself writing the same piece of code over and over and you keep saying to yourself that I really need to do something about it.

    Visual Studio 2017 for Algorithmic Development

    This is a quick overview of the new key features that the latest version of Visual Studio 2017.

    Why Designing Your Algorithm is Important

    So you have a great idea for an Automated Strategy and you understanding coding.

    Buying an Automated Strategy

    Do not be focused on the profits, look at the drawdown of the account, this is your risk and gambling factor.

    Yearly Results Expected for Conservative Trading

    Draw-down: 1-5%

    Profit: 7-10% 

    A more aggressive trading style will expect a higher draw-down and profit together with an increased gam...

    VPS Server CPU High

    If you are running your trading platform like cTrader or NinjaTrader on a Virtual server and your CPU is too excessive then the chances are that it is not the platform that is eating up all your CPU, but the automating downloads that are configured in the operating system.

    If you log in to your vir...

    How-To Use Visual Studio 2015 with cTrader

    Currently Spotware who developed the cTrader and cAlgo trading platform only support Visual Studio 2013 with an extension for integrating the IDE with their API, but by simply modifying the VSExtension.vsix file you can also use Visual Studio 2015.

    To get it to work you just download the ready-made...