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Hide from the Market Using Market if Touched (MIT) Orders

The NinjaTrader platform offers a number of award winning order entry options providing traders with both user friendly and customizable methods to trade the global markets. Market if Touched orders, or MIT for short, allow traders to mask pending orders from the exchange & enter the market with precision.Read More

Gold Plummets on Powell Testimony

Yesterday Gold Futures (GC) settled at a 1-year low for the third consecutive session. This morning the precious metal is trading down again more than 1% as a combination of factors place downward pressure on its value.Read More

Automate Your Trade Management with NinjaTrader

NinjaTrader’s Advanced Trade Management (ATM) functionality allows traders to focus on their trading goals, not the mechanics of order execution, helping to limit emotion & maintain discipline. The net result is less stress and more consistent trading.Read More

Gold Sees Renewed Strength as Dollar Slumps

With the US Dollar (DX Futures) falling to its lowest price since June 14th, Gold Futures (GC) are showing renewed strength. Gold prices began an upward move on Monday morning putting the futures instrument back in the running to test its highest price levels in nearly two weeks.Read More

Scan Trading Opportunities in Real-Time with Market Analyzer

NinjaTrader empowers traders with powerful real-time analysis to easily monitor trade opportunities across hundreds of markets. NinjaTrader’s Market Analyzer provides an intuitive and customizable interface to track the markets tick by tick based on your preferred conditions to quickly uncover trading opportunities.Read More

Market Replay: Practice, Practice, Practice with Playback Connection

Malcom Gladwell, staff writer at The New Yorker & author of the bestseller Outliers, popularized the theory that 10,000 hours of practice are required to master a particular skill.

Similar to other skillsets, if you are determined to master the art of trading, it requires practice. Unfortunately, the markets only offer a limited amount of live data on a daily basis making that 10,000 hour benchmark daunting at best. Read More