finantic.Publisher
The swiss army knife for publishing trading signals. Can create four formats: CSV, HTML, XML and JSON. Can send trading signals to three destinations: Files, ftp/sftp and mail/smtp.
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finantic.Publisher - Publish Trading Signals

finantic.Publisher can convert trading signals / orders produced by Backtests or Strategy Monitor.

finantic.Publisher can create four formats:

  • CSV - Comma separated values, with configurable delimiter character.
  • HTML - HyperText Markup Language. Ready to publish signals on a web page.
  • XML - eXtensible Markup Language. Used by web services and custom software.
  • JSON - JavaScript Object Notation. Used by web services and custom software.

finantic.Pubisher can send trading signals to various destinations:

  • Files - Destination directory is configurable.
  • ftp/sftp - File Transfer Protocol. For publishing to web pages.
  • mail (smtp) - send signals to subscribers.

It is possible to configure which information is published:

  • Meta data: Signal Name, reference date
  • entry signals only or entry and exit signals
  • weights for each signal
  • comments for each signals

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Broker Adapter
finantic.Publisher is implemented as a broker adapter for Wealth-Lab 8. It appears in Order Manager as a selectable Broker:
Configuration
In the Basic Configuration tab it is possible to select the requested file formats and the amount of information to publish:
Publishing to Files
For publishing of files it is possible to configure the destination directory and the filename pattern:
Publishing to FTP
For publishing to a FTP or SFTP server all necessary settings are adjustable:
Publishing to EMail
For sending signals by mail all necessary settings are adjustable. It is also possible to choose a mail template for regular signals and another template for days without signals:
EMail Recipients
There is a separate configuration page for a list of mail recipients:
Advanced Configuration
The Advanced Configuration tab allows more configurations:
Typical CSV Output
A typical CSV file with all configurable information enabled looks like this:
Typical HTML Output
The HTML Format will generate a html page like this one:
Typical XML Output
Here is a typical XML file as produced by finantic.Publisher:
Typical JSON Output
Here is a typical JSON file as produced by finantic.Publisher:

Change Log

Wealth-Lab 8 Build 1 - 5/25/2022
  • Baseline release with four file formats and three destinations.

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