I was messing around with the site today and I noticed the following... credit is due where credit is deserved... I have to give it to Velocity for listening to their customers, even those that are critical of them (which is not because i dislike them since i am a customer still after all)...
we now can choose more advanced options with CQG, and also, we can get API data!!! which is awesome.. I have to check to see how far history will go back, but this is certainly awesome, and they are the first ones that are doing bundling of that kind..
so my hat off to @Dale Box, @bobk and the rest of the sales team for being creative..
now, why not get CQGIC bundled in like XTrader? that would be the next step of awesomeness... you can even ask for $25K min account, more than what you ask for XTrader (which is $10K)...
Last edited by sysot1t; October 20th, 2011 at 03:19 PM.
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If I recall correctly from the last CQG webinar on futures.io (formerly BMT), all CQG orders are server side. That means they are at the Exchange where possible, and otherwise at the gateway or CQG servers -- and never solely on the client.
Velocity or can confirm, or perhaps CQG's @yshterk.
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that is exactly what I was thinking... which is why I am rushing to test it.. ...I am opening another account to see what it is like... will let you know what I find out as I make the time to play with it.. on details were really on the website, the other option is to get an explanation from the reps on the forum...
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FYI: CQG Trader API != CQG API. I'm not sure precisely how they differ, but they are not the same. This may or may not impact those MATLAB plans, depending on what is left out in the CQG Trader API when compared to the CQG API.
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