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Market Analysis System

Market Analysis System

The Market Analysis System (MAS) is an open-source software application that provides tools for analysis of financial markets using technical analysis.

MAS provides facilities for stock charting and futures charting, including price, volume, and a wide range of technical analysis indicators. MAS also allows automated processing of market data applying technical analysis indicators with user-selected criteria to market data to automatically generate trading signals and can be used as the main component of a sophisticated trading system. It operates on both daily and intraday data.

MAS is a flexible system that can be used either as a personal tool or, making full use of its client/server architecture, it can be installed on a powerful server and configured to serve many clients at the same time.

 MAS 1.8.2

Price
Free to download

Size
10.3MB
License

GNU GPL

Developer
Jim Cochrane, Pedro Pla

Website
eifftel-mas.sourceforge.net

System Requirements
Java (optional)

Support:
FAQ, Forums, Mailing Lists

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Features include:

  • Includes basic technical analysis indicators, such as Simple Moving Average, Exponential Moving Average, Stochastic, MACD, RSI, On Balance Volume, and Momentum
  • Includes more advanced indicators, such as Standard Deviation, Slope of EMA of Volume, Slope of MACD Signal Line, Bollinger Bands, and Parabolic SAR
  • User can create new technical analysis indicators, including complex indicators based on existing indicators
  • User can configure criteria for automated trading-signal generation
  • Creation of weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly data from daily data
  • Handles intraday data
  • Handles stock and futures data
  • Accepts input data from files, from a database, or from the web. (Includes a configuration for obtaining end-of-day data from yahoo.com.
  • Can be configured and run as a server that provides services for several clients at a time running on remote machines
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