DENVER, CO, April 20th, 2020 – NinjaTrader, LLC, a leading provider of trading software and brokerage services, has announced the latest software release for its flagship trading platform, NinjaTrader 8.
“We are extremely excited to introduce our latest software enhancements to our global user base of active day traders,” stated Martin Franchi, CEO of NinjaTrader. “Our dedicated team of developers continually collaborates with the NinjaTrader user community to ensure we are delivering best-in-class technology & a user experience that exceeds their expectations.”
Consistently voted an industry leader for its advanced charting, strategy backtesting, and trade simulation, NinjaTrader 8 continues to evolve through subsequent releases providing high performance, institutional grade tools & analysis capabilities at the forefront of the industry. The following enhancements, many driven by user feedback, were included in recent releases:
Designed for traders of all experience levels ranging from beginners to professionals, NinjaTrader 8 delivers 500+ user-driven enhancements and is always free to use for advanced charting, strategy backtesting and trade simulation.
Existing NinjaTrader users can upgrade to the latest version here: https://ninjatrader.com/PlatformDirect
New users can get started here: https://ninjatrader.com/GetStarted
NinjaTrader provides award-winning trading software and brokerage services to active traders. Founded in 2003, NinjaTrader has evolved into an industry leader supporting over 60,000 traders around the globe with best-in-class technology, discount commissions and world class support.
To learn more about NinjaTrader, please visit: www.ninjatrader.com.
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