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Ninjatrader 7 Geiger Counter (sounds on tick up/down/bar high/low)

By July 14, 2016August 9th, 2019Tech

I am a user of the NinjaTrader trading platform. This is an indicator I wrote to get a feel of the market audibly.  It’s surprising how effective this can be and frees your eyes up for other things. I thought I would share it freely in case it is useful to others.

I would not suggest using uptick / downtick sounds on really fast markets like /ES. It will not be able to play the sounds fast enough.


Configurable to play tick or tock sounds

Either on bar high / low or uptick / downtick

You can replace the tick.wav and tick2.wav sounds with your own if you wish. I choose tick tock clock sounds as I find them unobtrusive and rather relaxing to listen to.


New download COMING SOON

You will also need to 2 audio files, here. Extract them to your program files\NinjaTrader 7\sounds folder


PJSGeigerCounter is free for non-commercial use but if you find it useful and wish to donate beer money, you can do so Via Bitcoin or PayPal. Any amount (no matter how small) will give you a warm fuzzy feeling and help me keep the power on. Be fair, just donate what you think is right. Thank you.

Bitcoin to  1PsQP6ECsevKRck4NPNJ3ZLnGaSJLxNyUT

PayPal to pjs DOT guernsey AT gmail DOT com

Commercial arrangements and custom versions are available if you wish to re-distribute or use for commercial purposes.  Please do not redistribute this, but feel free to link to it here.

At the very least, if you liked this or found it useful, please let me know in the comments section below or give it a like/share above. Thanks!

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  • Fred says:

    I downloaded this but your instructions say various references are required for the indicator to work. How/where do I find these reference files? thanks.

  • Fred says:

    Hi, I downloaded this indicator to try out but in the instructions it says I have to add various references. Where can I find those files that need to be added? Thanks.

  • Roma says:

    Hi Paul, I think we are missing the “ncatRSD
    pjsDOM “where could we download it, thanks for your time

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