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pablo06
05 Feb 17 01:03
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Hi all,

Just wondering what opinions people hold as to which is the best software out there.

I've not used software before although Angel and RacingTraders look pretty easy to use.

Any feedback is welcome.

Cheers Excited

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mark9
When: 05 Feb 17 02:24
every track player uses gruss if thats any indication.
By:
Keefter
When: 05 Feb 17 05:38
I've tried them all and find Geeks Toy to be the best for me personally - but its each to their own with this tbh, depends what your prime use is.
By:
intheknow
When: 05 Feb 17 09:08
Wheres delta when you need him?
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mark9
When: 05 Feb 17 12:00
hoovering
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pablo06
When: 05 Feb 17 12:34
Right thanks for the help. Without wanting to sound like a complete novice, roughly how many track players are there operating daily across UK & Ireland?
By:
mark9
When: 05 Feb 17 14:27
probably 75-100
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pablo06
When: 05 Feb 17 16:35
cheers boss Excited

Do you think there is an average net profit throughout those 75-100 per month or would you say there is big swings in earnings from one month to the next?

Ive been looking into gruss but it doesn't work with mac so might have to get a windows machine.

Do you tend to get many new people giving it a go on track and finding its not for them? Keen to have a go and see the other side of life.
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Baby Jesus
When: 05 Feb 17 18:31
Gruss is cheep and cheerful, hard to beat for automated stuff but not sure it's the best for manual trading as it seems to be lagging behind the others in terms of updates. I'd have thought most track players would go for one of the others that uses the streaming API, tbh.
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