Frequently Asked Questions

COMMON CLIENT QUESTIONS

Multicharts has many compatible brokers, each is easy to connect to and Multicharts offers exceptional service and guides. Popular ones include: OEC, Interactive Brokers, AMP.
List of compatible brokers:
Multicharts brokers

We also use Tradestation which offers all in one solution for automated trading.

Your Quant Savvy systems are loaded into Multicharts/Tradestation automated software. The systems generate trading orders automatically which are then transmitted in real time to your broker. The broker then executes orders. Each system will manage all aspects of trade for you automatically, from entry to exit.

Many of our clients are day traders so they like to view systems running on a chart in real time. In Multicharts/Tradestation you can easily run your system on live charts. You will be able to see your system live trading positions, open profit and loss and exit positions. It is like viewing somebody else trade for you.

 

 

Is Quant Savvy a new to the web scene

After i subscribe what happens next

I have been told you use Multicharts & Tradestation, why?

Which brokers are compatible with Quant Savvy systems?

How do the systems trade and place automatic orders with my broker?

How do i setup my systems so i can view trades made on a chart

Multicharts & Tradestatoion are the best automated trading software. Multicharts has the ability to  connect to multiple brokers and is cost effective. Your system is loaded into Multicharts/Tradestation which then connects to your broker. System signals are generated automatically which transmits order in real time to your Broker.

Quant Savvy has been providing large private investors automated systems for over a decade. However, with new technology making it more and more affordable for retail traders to have their own automated system, we have made the push to provide this software and level the playing field with the pros.

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* No representation is being made nor implied that the use of the algorithmic trading system will generate income or guarantee a profit. There is a substantial risk of loss associated with futures trading and trading exchange traded funds.

 

**Futures trading and trading exchange traded funds involve a substantial risk of loss and is not appropriate for everyone.

 

***These results are based on simulated or hypothetical performance results that have certain inherent limitations. Unlike the results shown in an actual performance record, these results do not represent actual trading. Also, because these trades have not actually been executed, these results may have under-or over-compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market factors, such as lack of liquidity. Simulated or hypothetical trading programs in general are also subject to the fact that they are designed with the benefit of hindsight. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to these being shown.

 

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