Now the things are clearer. I just coudn't believe that a firm like CQG gives their historical market data, which are the industry's most accurate, away for free. No, they don't be stupid enough and of course they don't do it.
So in the end the recorded CQG realtime data will have the same errors like the recorded ZenFire data like
incorrect timestamps, data gaps etc...
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The following user says Thank You to Big Mike for this post:
I was comparing to Zenfire like you did. You will get inconsistencies in data received by your platform in real time due to your internet connection, etc. The ticks may even be out of order at times. The recorded data does not normally have these problems. That is why if you reload historical data your indicators may change their plots because you are backfilling with accurate data. There seems to be no way around it unfortunately.
The following user says Thank You to eDanny for this post:
only when FulcrumTrader things to know how Esignals server structure works, I wouldn't go this far to say that Esig is a bad datafeed. I have compared the time&sales and endless tick charts of ESig and DTN and there is absolute no difference. When you use MarketDelta with ESig and with DTN you will also see no difference. Please stop talking that DTN is the only good datafeed. This is not true.
The following 2 users say Thank You to Warren B. for this post:
The policy I have with AMP is that the static SuperDOM is available upon request by the customer through the broker. I just confirmed with AMP that this is the case however, they are not ready to offer it yet and told me to post that you should check back with your broker in the near future.
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