The trading shim is a command line interpreter with a DBMS backend to the socket-based 'binary format' API of the Interactive Brokers' Trader Workstation. It uses mnemonic ASCII text commands to permit downstream clients to easily access several worldwide securities markets and exchanges (stocks, options, futures, bonds, and Forex) for "tick" data and history (intraday and EoD). It also allows clients to initiate and supervise trades of securities, manage accounts, and more.
Merchant of Venice is a stock market trading programme that supports portfolio management, charting, technical analysis, paper trading, and experimental methods like genetic programming. It features a graphical user interface with online help and includes full documentation. It runs on UNIX, Mac OS X, and Windows.
AIOTrade (i.e. Humai Trader Platform) is a stock technical analysis platform with a pluggable architecture that is ideal for extensions such as indicators and charts. It supports parallel quote data retrieval from Yahoo! or ASCII text files, historical (daily, weekly, and monthly), intra-day, and real-time charts, and candle, bar, and line charts. It has a calendar date/trading date view model. "MACD", "OBV", "ROC", "KD", "BIAS", "DMI", "RSI", "MTM", and "WMS" indicators and drawing of "Line", "Parallel", "Gann Angle", and "Fibonacci Line" are supported. You can easily write your own indicators.
Piggy Market Squeak is an easy-to-use alert system for detecting trends in financial stocks and shares quotations based on technical analysis. It comes with a user-friendly graphical user interface and an email alerts system. It can highlight and sort and buy and sell signals from diverse market places or personal portfolios. It is versatile and can easily integrate new markets jnd indicators. Piggy Market Squeak can be seen as an out-of-the-box technical analysis tool.