A user friendly Technical Analysis package

Qtstalker is a user friendly Technical Analysis package for GNU/Linux (and hence other Unix-like systems). Similar to commercial wares such as Metastock, Supercharts and Tradestation. Keeps to a lean, simple design for speed, portability, and low resource usage. Because it uses a plugin model, Qtstalker can easily be extended. Qtstalker is 100% free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL. An active development community is continually adding new features. We appreciate your input towards creating a world-class GNU/Linux TA package. Features * A point-and-click object-oriented graphical user interface. * Chart types include line, bar and candlestick. * Customizable colors. Logarithmic and linear arithmetic scaling. * Indicators plugins include MACD, MAs, Bollinger Bands, RSI, and dozens more. Provides access to the TA-Lib library of common functions. * A simple scripting facility to create custom indicators. This powerfully enables combination of different plots in one indicator and combining of other indicators and calculations. * A special indicator "ExScript" enables external scripts to pass data in. * An '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. * The "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. * A back testing function allowing indicator performance tests using actual trading data. * A very basic portfolio manager. Good for tracking open positions. * A Scanner that can scan the qtstalker database for charts that meet a user defined criteria. * A paper trading mode enabling users to practice trading without risking capital.

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