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General Discussion / Re: Many queries from few Brazilian traders
« on: November 15, 2019, 07:23:45 PM »
Hi Sacha and Túlio,

I make the words of Fernando mine too, Sacha. If you can (or, better said, when you can) implement those changes and upgrades in the software, a very BIG market will open for you in Brazil. We trade in a educational chat room with more than 200 traders - many daytraders, but many position and swing traders too - that would eagerly buy a license if those requirements would be met. Of course, we understand that it takes time and a lot of testing to change so many things... but, as always, we are craving for those implements to come to life! :) Nowadays we do our testing - Túlio and me - manually.... booooooooring as hell! LOL! And I myself have 40 backtestings to repeat in December (which I made for the first half of the year manually and are overdue now).... I reaaaaaaaaaly would like not to have to do it with pen and paper anymore!

Anyway, I write you to reinforce Túlio's words.

Hope you have a nice weekend.


Gustavo Campos

General Discussion / Re: Intraday backtesting of Brazilian stocks
« on: November 11, 2019, 11:33:28 AM »
 8) All hands on the deck, now, Captain!

Downloading and testing in 3...2....1.... :)



General Discussion / Re: Intraday backtesting of Brazilian stocks
« on: October 26, 2019, 10:18:55 AM »
Sorry to bother your:

I don't know if that's as simples as a layman as me would think, but we use a lot in Brazil the 10 minutes and the 240 minutes charts.... it would be very good if these time frames were available for the graphics (perhaps a window with "free time selection" or just 2 new butons) and backtesting too.  ;)

I'll stop nagging you now!  :-X

Have a nice weekend!


General Discussion / Re: Intraday backtesting of Brazilian stocks
« on: October 26, 2019, 09:49:14 AM »
Thanks once more for your prompt and kind response, Sacha!

I`ll install de beta version now and see if it`s ok. Just so you can see the discrepancy that happens with intraday data of the brazylian stocks, I`ll attach a print of the screen of MGLU3 yesterday from my brazylian data provider and trading software and the one I get from Stocklyze. Same day, very diferent charts (both not adjusted for provents or dividends). These are one minute charts.

Hope you can get to ascii data suport soon!


General Discussion / Re: Intraday backtesting of Brazilian stocks
« on: October 25, 2019, 08:23:44 PM »
I also zipped a few huge files with data if it's of more use for your understanding of what I mean.

Hope it helps.!Ah6Jgypff0Cg_VNX1z8O0TZ_vcnz?e=EE71xS


General Discussion / Re: Intraday backtesting of Brazilian stocks
« on: October 25, 2019, 08:20:44 PM »
Hi Sacha,

Thanks for your prompt answer! I really don't like beta versions, but I'll give yours a try. Regarding the ASC data, I'll provide you with 2 or 3 files with brazylian data (intraday) so you can see what I'm talking about. Hope you can solve it.... the chat I mentioned are full of people eager to have a backtesting (intraday) at an affordable price and with a friendly interface, and Stockalyze fullfills both! But without importing our data, we can't operate due, as I said, to the unreliability of the brazylian stock exchange intraday data released to foreign services.

Again, thank you for your kindness and for your reply.

General Discussion / Intraday backtesting of Brazilian stocks
« on: October 25, 2019, 11:13:10 AM »

I was introduced yesterday to your fine program through a chat in a private room in Brazil. But nobody could answer (and I couldn't find it either on your website) if Stockalyze can do intraday backtesting of the BRASYLIAN STOCKS AND INDEX - metatrader has a MAJOR problem with our stock exchange data and is not reliable, so it's a concern of mine if Stockalyze can manage it - or, if not, how can I import the data I already have exported in CSV from my tranding program (the data is reliable) in order to backtest with Stockalyze. In a nut shell, can Stocklyze run intraday backtesting of the brasylian stock market and, if not, can I import CSV data into Stockalyze? Thanks.

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