Rizm (options strategy builder)

doesn’t appear to exist
Such high promise but no email back from info@rizm.io and sign up is broken. SSL cert is expired and number on front page appears to be disconnected, big names mentioned, also fxcm and ib

Recognia (appeared to be a screener)

Top of list when typed in strategy builder with the web search, interactive brokers was third which looks more like a screener, They are trying to understand my option trade; answer is essentially no, not very good from what i can see.
Google search for strategy builders

Wealth Lab Pro by Fidelity (broker and platforms) – active backtesting work here

Find a symbol (Fidelity): https://quotes.fidelity.com/webxpress/popup_lookup.phtml?page=quote&fs=rocfind


Programming Guide for WLP v6.9 https://www.fidelity.com/bin-public/060_www_fidelity_com/documents/WLP_Programming_Guide.pdf

Download Active Trader Pro https://www.fidelity.com/trading/advanced-trading-tools/active-trader-pro/overview

Download Wealth-Lab Pro https://www.fidelity.com/trading/advanced-trading-tools/strategy-testing/overview

Tickets (WLP): https://www.wealth-lab.com/Support/TicketCenter/

Forum (WLP): https://www.wealth-lab.com/Profile/tedpenner

Real-time Chat (Fidelity) https://chat.fidelity.com/ftgw/chat/guest/PIBeginChat?refUrl=www.fidelity.com/customer-service/overview


options support clearly stated on page
full platform with rule based builder, free trial, might be web based
Could provide some chat functionality, does have strategy building; Lifetime pricing looks reasonable https://www.quantshare.com/index.php?option=quantshare&amp%3badd=; never responded in forum.

Key2 Options (options, algo builder, and trading) – worthy of review

Test for $10, purchase for $200 mo
Feb1 – Recommended by post in stack exchange; no response to chat on site; sent message via web form; no responses http://app.greenrope.com/ticket.pl?a942a74f88443f54f89da8bef7cdd930b0c6b010e53023a8; apparently support is not really there.
Looked at page again on 4-5-2017 looked pretty good, concerned about support and cost

Multicharts .NET version (algo, options support limited)

https://www.multicharts.com/net/purchase/ Support is excellent. I thought this was hands down best charting platform found as of 4-5-2017 Sierra Charts is better according to write-up by friend of JC who said “when a symbol does not have enough history on the chart, the script gives an ‘ugly’ error message and doesn’t calculate anything” and said he experienced this in Multi-Charts. I think he was using the EL version though as he also complained of speed issues in general, and both complaints about multi-charts (bar history and speed), were general comments about other platforms as well. Since speed and other issues are greatly affected by the programming language, I suspect that Multicharts .NET version which compiles strategy rules using C#, would handle this just fine. I plan to test as of 9-7-2017