I acknowledge that Darwinex actively progresses through many evolutions. Overall, the announced roadmap is followed and some joyful surprises outside of it also occur.
It just happened that I waited for the features that will be treated last
I recently decided : no more anticipation. Match my needs with what’s available in the present moment.
Yesterday, I sold my NinjaTrader licence (one that could have been used with CQG, so this setup is past me forever) to a manager from Wikifolio who is trading with IB.
I decided I will use SierraChart only from now on, whatever the consequences. It is the only platform of platforms tool that I see fit to suit my current and long-term plans without hitting a wall.
I’ll try to link it to access Darwins/DarwinIA, which undoubtly is the main attractor concept of Darwinex that prevails. There are potentially a couple various ways to do it. I started to experiment. First straight-forward trial (LMAX/SC to MT) is a failure (too many bugs from Duplikum, left unfixed after reports), but I’ve got 3-4 other routes to explore (dual login futures on MT5 then locally copied, custom API work, mix of piping together), more or less complex/technical. At least, I now only count on myself for time resolution, staying realistic (Cavalier ‘s advice), I came to the conclusion (partly from watching the Uncut video series), that trading partners will stay complementary. The closest non uthopic solution to being ideal is to chain link the strengths of several companies, not expect that one does it all.