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AmiBroker & AmiQuote 3.31

Discussion in 'All Applications (Win, Linux)' started by bobvghn, Aug 5, 2019.

  1. bo

    bobvghn Registered User

    Dec 18, 2018
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    AmiBroker is a full-featured technical analysis & trading system development platform, with an advanced real-time charting, portfolio back-testing/optimization and scanning capabilities. AmiBroker's robust system development environment allows to find market inefficiences, code the system and validate it using powerful statistical methods including walk-forward test and Monte Carlo simulation. AmiBroker allows you to trade directly from charts or programmatically, using auto-trading interface (works with Interactive Brokers). It gives everything you need to trade successfully.

    True Portfolio-Level Backtesting
    Test your trading system on multiple securities using realistic account constraints and common portfolio equity. Trade portfolios to decrease risk/reward ratio. Find out how changing the number of simultaneous positions and using different money management affects your trading system performance.

    Dynamic portfolio-level position sizing
    Use current portfolio equity (sum of cash and all simultaneously opened positions value) to calculate new trade size, or use any other position sizing method by specifying dollar value or number of contracts/shares. Position size can be constant or changing trade-by-trade.

    Blazing fast speed
    Nasdaq 100 symbol backtest of simple MACD system, covering 10 years end-of-day data takes below one second

    Multiple symbol data access
    Trading rules can use other symbols data - this allows creation of spread strategies, global market timing signals, pair trading, etc.

    Multiple time-frames and multiple currencies in one system
    Systems can use multiple time frames at once and symbols denominated in different currencies

    Scaling in/out (pyramiding) and rebalancing
    You can test systems that scale and/or rebalance open positions in user-defined moments

    Everything is customizable
    You can change built-in report charts, create your own equity, drawdown charts, create own tables in the report, add custom metrics

    Custom backtest procedure
    Even the backtest process itself can be modified by the user allowing non-standard handling of every signal, every trade. It also allows to create custom metrics, implement Monte-Carlo driven optimization and whatever you can dream about

    Scoring & ranking
    If multiple entry signals occur on the same bar and you run out of buying power, AmiBroker performs bar-by-bar sorting and ranking based on user-definable position score to find preferrable trade.

    Rotational trading
    A dedicated mode for sector rotation trading algorithms using user-definable score to switch between preferred stocks/funds/sectors

    Flexible built-in stops
    All stops are user definable and can be fixed or dynamic (changing stop amount during the trade). Built-in stop types include maximum loss, profit target, trailing stop (incl. Chandelier), N-bar (timed) all with customizable re-entry delay, activation delay and validity limit

    There is just too many things left to mention, including
    - Mutual fund support (early redemption fee, early exit restrictions)
    - Futures mode (margin/point value support)
    - Custom commissions
    - Full trade price control (can emulate slippage) and trade delays
    - Support for constraints like round lot size, tick size, minimum trade size, maximum trade value as percent of bar volume
    - Detailed reports for all, long-only, short-only trades with 42 built-in metrics including Sharpe ratio, Ulcer Index, CAR/MDD and many others
    - Profit distribution chart, Maximum Favourable Excursion chart, Maximum Adverse Excursion chart
    - Automatic storage, maintenance and viewing of all historical tests conducted via the Report Explorer
    - Support for all intervals (daily and intraday) and all instrument classes
    - No limit on number of symbols under test (capable of handling enitre US stock universe)

    Highlights of version 6.30

    Version 6.30 brings lots of new functionality especially with regards to the formula language and performance . There are hundreds of new features and changes to existing functionality as compared to version 6.20, listed in detail in "Release Notes" document in AmiBroker directory. Below is just a short list of few of them:

    • HIGHLIGHT: User-definable on-chart GUI controls
      18 new AFL functions
      were added to allow creation of user-definable on-chart graphical user interfaces.
      • GuiButton - create on-chart button control (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiCheckBox - creates on-chart checkbox control (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiDateTime - creates on-chart date-time picker control (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiEdit - create on-chart edit control (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiEnable - enables or disables on-chart control (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiGetCheck - get checked state of control (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiGetEvent - get GUI event (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiGetText - get text from on-chart control (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiGetValue - get numeric value of on-chart control (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiRadio - creates on-chart radio button control (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiSetCheck - set checked state of on-chart control (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiSetFont - set the font for on-chart control (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiSetRange - set slider control range (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiSetText - set text value of on-chart control (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiSetValue - set numeric value of on-chart control (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiSetVisible - shows or hides on-chart control (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiSlider - creates on-chart slider control (AFL 4.30)
      • GuiToggle - create on-chart toggle button control (AFL 4.30)
    • New features in AmiBroker Formula Language
    • Huge performance improvements in 64-bit version with migration to new VC++2017 compiler

      Why do we migrate to new compiler with 64-bit version?
      • New compiler supports new CPU instructions (SSE3/AVX) that we can use to offer better performance
      • According to our tests new compiler support produces faster code by itself (better optimizations, auto-vectorization, etc)
      • New compiler is better with error checking (less bugs to slip through)
      • We don't need to care about compatibility with pre-Vista systems in 64-bits version and all 64-bit capable CPUs are "modern" enough.
    Why do we stay with old compiler in 32-bit version?

    • New compiler does not produce code compatible with older operating systems (XP or earlier). Old compiler offers 100% compatibility with all Windows versions
    • New compiler requires modern CPUs
    Exact performance improvement is function dependent and hardware dependent. Many functions are faster by 30-50% but in some cases such as Min()/Max() functions as large as 8x speed up can be observed in 64-bit version.

    • Other key improvements
      • Auto-optimization framework
      • HTML5 compatibility in Web Research window
      • comment folding in the AFL editor
      • clickable links in Analysis result list
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    rushdie Registered User

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  3. Ziwi

    Ziwi Registered User

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    As far as i know, x64 is not available. Still uncracked , or PRIVATE crack. :)