Hello, being using Sierra Charts on Mac Catalina and it works flawlessly, fast and stable.
( https://www.sierrachart.com ) Sierra Chart is a professional desktop Trading platform for the financial markets which is integrated with many externally available trading services and it has really big user base. It works on Wine on Linux and Mac.
Sierra Chart setup installs both 32bit and 64bit versions but only the 32bit is working. (Funny that since Catalina doesn't support 32bits applications anymore, for it to work some hard work was done here by CodeWeavers team)
The thing is that Sierra is stoping the 32bit version upgrades from now on.
Any clues on what should I do? I already tried to create a 64bit bottle with Windows 7 and 10, but it doesn't work either.
Posted 2020-01-15 11:11
· edited by tquerette on 2020-01-15 11:16
I haven’t heard of this one yet. Based on their site, it look promising. But I can’t say for sure. I’m a really fearful person and every time I see something new, I start imagining all kind of negative things that could happen if I try it. I suspect I’m not the only one out there. For my safety, and yours also, read some reviews of forex trading platforms and you will sleep peacefully at night knowing you chose the right one. Because there are a lot of them and how on Earth you should know which one is the best? That’s why I’m glad that there are people who review them and I can examine and choose the one that suits me best.
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