FREE NON-COMMERCIAL USE HOME EDITIONS NOW AVAILABLE - SEE BELOW!



See all 12 Advanced Technical Indicators in action first hand!

Download Free Home Editions below, ready for import into NinjaTrader. Import instructions shown below.

Note to traders using NT7: If you already have advanced indicators installed, please remove them all first by going to File Menu -> Utilities -> Remove NinjaScript Assembly, and then without restarting NT, import the zip you just downloaded followed by NT restart as the last step.


Download includes advanced versions of 12 technical indicators:
(name of the classic counterpart in brackets)
  • Advanced RSI ( Relative Strength Index )
  • Advanced MACD ( Moving Average Convergence Divergence )
  • Advanced Stochastics ( Stochastic Oscillator )
  • Advanced CCI ( Commodity Channel Index )
  • Advanced ADX ( Welles Wilder Average Directional Movement Index )
  • Advanced DI ( Welles Wilder Directional Indicator )
  • Advanced Bands ( Bollinger Bands )
  • Advanced ATR ( Average True Range )
  • Advanced Velocity Index D1 - AVX1
  • Advanced Velocity Index D2 - AVX2
  • Advanced Velocity Index D3 - AVX3
  • Advanced Velocity Index D4 - AVX4



Import instructions

Once you download, in NinjaTrader, go to File -> Utilities -> Import NinjaScript:

Import will prompt you for a file to import. Simply select the file you just downloaded:

Import will report success if all went fine:

Chart Indicators dialog should now show imported indicators:
( Note: screen below shows the list after all indicators have been imported. )

Thank you for your interest, please let us know if you have any questions.



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