Similar to the integration with MetaStock, TickerChart Live now supports AmiBroker.
With very simple steps, you can connect TickerChart Live with AmiBroker, so that AmiBroker data is updated Tick-by-Tick live with the market.
2- TickerChart Live version 1.1.8 or later.
2- Open AmiBroker.
3- In AmiBroker, go to File menu and select Open, as in Picture 1.
4- Open file windows will appear. Select AmiBroker Database in Files of Type selection box as in Picture 2.
5- Go to AmiBrokerDatabases folder inside TickerChart Live folder. Most probably you will find this folder in the path:
or in the path:
C:\Program Files (x86)\UniTicker\TickerChartLive\AmiBrokerDatabases
6- Inside AmiBrokerDatabases folder, select the language folder then select the market folder.
7- You will find three folders; each one represents Ami Broker database as in Picture 3.
a. Daily: This database is used for daily data and uses one day interval as the base interval in AmiBroker. This database is recommended to be used in the analysis of daily, weekly and monthly intervals.
b. Intraday_1_minute: This database is used for intraday data and uses one minute interval as the base interval in AmiBroker. This database is recommended to be used in the analysis of intervals less than 15 minutes, such as 1 minute, 5 minutes or 10 minutes intervals.
c. Intraday_15_minute: This database is used for intraday data and uses 15 minute interval as the base interval in AmiBroker. This database is recommended to be used in the analysis of intervals 15 minutes and above, such as hourly interval.
8- To open any database, select broker.wrokspace file inside the database folder.
2- When requesting the chart for any company in Ami Broker, TickerChart Live will start loading its historical data from the TickerChart data server and save it in your machine. This will make loading the data next time much faster.
3- To make any AmiBroker database to be the default database that will be opened when opening AmiBroker, follow these steps:
a. From Tools menu in AmiBroker, select Preferences.
b. Select Data tab as in Picture 4.
c. In Default database path box, click Current to make the current opened database to the default database. Or click Pick to select another database to be the default database.