DLPAL Software Demo
Demo limitations: The demo version does not generate full code for strategies and systems, system tracking is partially disabled and results cannot be saved. The demo will expire after about 20 days or 40 executions of the program and it will not run more than 40 hours straight. Click here to find out what you can and cannot do with the demo version.
After downloading the demo version please read the manual to learn about the capabilities of the software. You will find useful tips for a quick start here. Also, please take a moment to read our disclaimer. Downloading and installing the software means that you have read the disclaimer and accepted the Terms and Conditions listed below.
How to request a demo
Demo license terms and conditions
You are granted a non-exclusive license to use one copy of the software program (the “Software”) on a single computer terminal for a limited evaluation period and in accordance to the terms and conditions of the software license agreement. We recommend using the demo first to become familiar with the program. Please make sure that you have determined whether this program suits your needs before placing an order to purchase a license of the full program.
DLPAL is a tool for identifying strategies in historical price data that can be used as building blocks to develop trading systems. DLPAL will not create final systems for autotrading but it will generate code to backtest the strategies and systems. The user of the software has to put the work necessary for developing a trading system according to desired criteria and risk/reward objectives. Trading system development is a difficult and time-consuming task and success with it is not guaranteed. Read our disclaimer before ordering a license of DLPAL.
Program requirements (minimum configuration)
Operating system: Microsoft Windows XP or higher
Processor speed: Pentium III 400 or faster processor
Ram: 256 MB minimum
Hard disk free memory: 100 MB
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* You can always use the “Open Last” option from the “File” menu to open the last results generated by the program but as soon as a new workspace runs the file is lost.