Download Market Replay Data in One Click with Our NinjaTrader® Add-On
We provide complete and valid market replay data from our Cloud based servers to meet the demands of the serious active traders using NinjaTrader trading platform. The market replay data (market playback data) is available for fast and enhanced download for most popular Futures and Forex instruments for up to one year back time period.
Our integrated Add-On solution for NinjaTrader’s platform uses a standard installation and technique similar to other 3rd party indicators and strategies. We provide 24/7 customer support and maintenance.
We are the only on the market who provides a continuous contract data for all major Futures instruments.
- Download data for multiple days
- Download multiple instruments
- Continuous contract support
- Seamlessly switch between normal/continuous contract ##-##
- Local data cache in compressed format
- Cloud data cache – high speed download
- Automatic version check and updates download
- Replay data for Futures and Forex
- Replay data for major stocks (new!)
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You can download and install Free Version from here
Market replay downloader allows to select multiple instruments and multiple dates at once.
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Accessing market replay downloader directly from NinjaTrader menu.
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You can download and install Free version from here
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NinjaTrader rollover information is incorrect for futures 6A,6B and similar.
For contract 06-17, 09-17 and 12-17 a rollover year is 2016. That causes our Add-On to pick up improper contract when downloading a continuous contract. We’re working to use proper contract rollovers provided externally from our servers. In the meantime it is possible to fix that by visiting Instrument Manager:
In NinjaTrader Control Center select menu item Tools -> Instrument Manager.
Select instrument to edit, for example 6A.
Click on “Edit”...
The primary reason – a wrong contract has been downloaded.
You need to download an active contract. This is not the easiest task because most of the futures
have different expiration cycle, different rollover dates.
You may solve that by yourself visiting a corresponding exchange. For example to make sure you’re
downloading an active contract for ES visit CME website and check a contract specification.
Ok, now you know how to determine an active contract for ES. You need to keep this iteration for all
However a PRO...