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  • #242176|
    Customer
    6 Posts

    Hi,

    has anyone already imported tick data from Darwinex to SQ?

    When I open the folder, there is no data available

     

     

    I have exported tick data from mt5 to csv. But this data type does not accept for importing in SQ.

    Thank you!

    #242177
    Customer
    241 Posts

    you need to download darwinex data right from thier FTP manually and after that you can import them

    but i think, that this is corrupted and backtest is not OK by this way

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    #242199
    tomas262
    Administrator
    1193 Posts

    Hi, have you managed to import downloaded data from Darwinex?

    #242203
    Customer
    6 Posts

    Hi, not yet. Seems it requires a live account. Hankeys say, the data is corrupted.

    Does anyone already use it successfully?

    Do I need a live account of Darwinex?

     

    Thank YOU!

    #242205
    Customer
    241 Posts

    yes live acc is needed, you need to have credentials for the FTP

    in QuantCommunity we are collecting tick data right from the real accs and if i make backtests with these data, everything is OK

    but if i use data from FTP and make the import in SQX the backtest is different and doesnt work well…there need to be some problem with conversion…doesnt have time to compare why is that, because we have the real tickdata from account

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