New version of MultiCharts .NET is out

The latest version (9.1) of MultiCharts .NET, the solution combining the capabilities of the MultiCharts platform with the potential of the .NET framework, has  been released.

The solution, which enables users to create strategies and indicators in C# and VB.NET, now offers a number of new functionalities, including Local broker simulation, Forex board, Volume Profile in DOM window. The possibility to set trailing stop, profit target and other special orders parameters in ticks for auto trading has also been introduced.

Below is a list of the new features.

  • Simulated Broker

This feature enables traders to test their trading ideas without a brokerage account. It makes possible to do paper trading using data feed connection only with the help of the new prebuilt “Paper Trader” broker profile.

  • Forex Board

multi_inside_smallA new window – Forex Board, has been added, enabling users to see data and trade the selected instruments with classic Forex interface showing Ask and Bid price, size and spread in a fully customizable way. Now the currency traders can actively trade Forex instruments directly from MultiCharts.

  • DOM Volume Profile

Volume Profile is now available in DOM window allowing discretionary traders to monitor changes in trade volume while making trading decisions live.

  • Trades Summary

A new “Trades Summary” tab has been added to Order and Position Tracker window. It allows creating a single custom performance report for multiple brokers, accounts and instruments without using a chart.

  • Export Segments of Performance Report

Now it is possible to select which values to export from Performance Report saving time and making the exported report easier to analyze.

  • Realized PnL

Order and Position Tracker – Positions History tab now displays Realized PnL for all supported brokers, except FXCM.

The launch of the latest version of MultiCharts .NET comes after earlier this month the company rolled out an updated MultiCharts platform with equivalent novel features.


To view the official press release by MultiCharts, click here.

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