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Qtstalker

Qtstalker

Qtstalker is a user friendly Technical Analysis package. It is similar to commercial software such as Metastock, Supercharts and Tradestation.

Data can be imported from online sources (such as Yahoo!) or from CSV (comma-separated values) files.

The software is lean, has a simple design for speed, portability, and low resource usage. Qtstalker can be easily extended, as it uses a plugin model.

 Qtstalker 0.36

Price
Free to download

Size
1.3MB
License

GNU GPL

Developer
Paul Falbe, Steve Stratos, David Crossley

Website
qtstalker.sourceforge.net

System Requirements
Qt 3.3.*
Berkeley DB
TA-Lib

Support:
The Qtstalker Handbook, SourceForge Project Page, Forums

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Point-and-click object-oriented graphical user interface
  • Chart types include line, bar and candlestick
  • Customizable colors. Logarithmic and linear arithmetic scaling. Scale to screen
  • Indicators plugins include MACD, MAs, Bollinger Bands, RSI, and dozens more. Provides access to the TA-Lib library of common functions
  • Simple scripting facility to create custom indicators. This powerfully enables combination of different plots in one indicator and combining of other indicators and calculations
  • Special indicator "ExScript" enables external scripts to pass indicator data in
  • "Indicator Summary" tool shows a table of all indicator parameters from all active indicators. It also writes the data to XML output for use by external programs
  • Chart drawing objects: trendlines, buy/sell arrows, horizontal and vertical lines, fibonacci retracement lines, text and cycles
  • Quote plugins download data from online sources such as Yahoo, CME, NYBOT
  • Data import plugins for plain-text CSV files
  • "Plugin" architecture for quotes and indicators enables easy future extensibility
  • Minute, daily, weekly and monthly chart compression options
  • Various data classes to support for investment types such as stocks, futures, indices, ratios and spreads
  • Back testing function allowing indicator performance tests using actual trading data
  • Simple portfolio manager. Good for tracking open positions
  • Scanner that can scan the qtstalker database for charts that meet a user defined criteria
  • Paper trading mode enabling users to practice trading without risking capital
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