I remember your problem as it was weird, it was a range bar with a larger than usual range. The problems above - spikes on a tick chart, are something entirely different, they are either related to the datafeed or the data feed adapter. Nothing that compares to your case.
But I know you love to complain, so obviously you could not afford to miss the opportunity - and I agree that somebody needs to make up for the comments of @MetalTrade as well.
Just so you know... I wasn't complaining ... I was just stating the facts .... and if some arrogant little fellah from NT wants to flame me for that ... then f#ck him and the horse he rode in on and the dog that followed the horse and the snake that bit the dog. I'm gonna say my piece and I don't care if it hair-lips every cow in the State of Texas.
I'm just a simple man trading a simple plan.
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It's not a transfer, you would be downloading new data from the NT server.
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I had pfg feed at one time and it was horrible. In fast market conditions the lag was really bad. It was not a Ninjatrader problem but a PFG problem. I know alot of people who had the same problem. I moved to zenfire and was amazed at the difference. I then moved to rithmic which is what zenfire is based on but with different servers.