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Thanks. The way I understand it is that I can download real time data continuously in NT but not replay data. I should have worded the question better. We are trying to find someone that can supply continuous contract data from past contracts for backtesting with replay in NT and use with TF ##-## or CL ##-## etc.

There is something like 10 years of ES tick data on futures.io (formerly BMT) in Elite section, and many years of tick data for the most popular other markets.

https://futures.io/elite-circle/7279-official-gomrecorder-qcollector-tick-data-sharing-thread.html

https://futures.io/elite-circle/719-historical-es-s-p-500-futures-contract-tick-data-2003-up.html

Market Replay is different than traditional backtesting data. Tick data would allow you to do backtesting, Market Replay is separate. You can find several years of Market Replay data on futures.io (formerly BMT) as well:

https://futures.io/local_links_search.php?action=show&literal=1&search=replay&desc=1&keys=1

https://futures.io/elite-circle/6211-market-replay-users-unite.html

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