I am trying to decide on using Wealth Lab vs Amibroker. I have an account with Fidelity, so I get access to wealthlab free, but I want to use it for a futures long term trend strategy with Interactive Brokers. I get the feeling that wealthlab is kind of out of use, since its under control of Fidelity, so I am not sure if I want to spend the time learning it when I could learn something that is more modern like Amibroker. Amibroker is obviously not free, but I don't mind paying for it. I want something that works where I can get some sort of support for it when/if I need it.
I am very interested in learning C# to use with both Wealth Lab and IB, but if I end up not using wealthlab I might decide to not learn that and learn Python instead. C# appears to be very useful in many finance application though, so maybe no real loss in learning.
Thanks for the input if you have any.
EDIT: So I am beginning to lean heavily towards Ninja Trader. It appears to be constantly upgrading, uses C#, has access to a lot of training videos/forums/customer service and appears to play well with Interactive Brokers. Its also free to try, so I can learn C# and use it for WealthLab, Ninja Trader and Interactive Brokers and not pay anything extra (who knows maybe I wont want to use anything after backtesting fails). With time I can buy Ninja Trader and upgrade to their real time data via kinetic (if I want, IBs data apparently has some issues), which while pricey appears to be very easy to integrate, since its built for NT. Just my thoughts at the moment...