TradeStation 9.x Solutions   
TradeStation 2000i Solutions   
MetaServer RT   
TradeStation Data Hub   
OnDemand Server   
Buy it!   
Software Developers Kits   
MetaStock Solutions   
MultiCharts Solutions   
Custom software development   
About us   

    RT Soft Enterprise Solutions TradeStation 2000i Solutions HistoryCentre 

• If TradeStation doesn't read a text file containing intraday data correctly.
• If the data was originally meant for a different trading program and you don't want to spend the time for manual converting for supported by TradeStation format.
• If you want to make continuous data.
• If you want to make TradeStation to work your strategy correctly.

Buy it now!

HistoryCentre® for XPO

HistoryCentre® is a universal converter from text file with historical quotes to TradeStation/ProSuite 2000i GlobalServer. At this time HistoryCentre is most flexible powerful solution.

HistoryCentre 2.0 for XPO
• Built-in XPO interface;
• Supports all available in GlobalServer data types: Trade record, Ask record, Bid record in Tick, 1 Minute, 5 Minutes and 1 Day time frames;
• Builds 1 Minute and 5 Minutes time frames using convering tick data;
• Converts almost all possible ASCII text formats using flexible File processing templates;
• Converts single file, several files and also the whole content of directory;
• Flexible time adjustment: simple time shift or Time zone conversion;
• High speed data processing;

HistoryCentre 3.0 for TradeStation/ProSuite 2000i
• All features of 2.0 version;
• Built-in direct output interface which allows to import data into GlobalServer directly, without making of XPO file;
• Command-line interface;
• Builds Daily data using convering Tick or Minute data;

Additional tools:

XPO - ASCII converter
• converts XPO file(s) data to ASCII data

Risk Warning: Trading financial instruments, including foreign exchange on margin, carries a high level of risk and is not suitable for all investors. The high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you. Before deciding to invest in financial instruments or foreign exchange you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment and therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with trading and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any doubts.

All names and trademarks used on these web pages are registered by their respective companies
Server-based strategy execution|Stock Charts|Forex Charts|Trading Platform|Trading Software|Third-party data in TradeStation

© 2014 RT Soft, Ltd. All rights reserved.