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 jokertrader 
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I haven’t been following TT news. Does this mean the new CEO will find innovative ways to sell TT and what does that mean for us folk?


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I have no knowledge but that John Lothian piece makes it sound like they are trying very hard to sell it. Your probably heard the Goldman rumors (which they also reference in that piece). I never understood how that would work, who wants to run software owned and operated by a competitor. Software is hot though, probably all sorts of companies we would never think of who might be interested.

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I'm considering evaluating TT.

A couple of questions:

1. I have a demo account with them that I created over a year ago, but would like to demo with paper first on the platform one more time. Who could I contact about resetting my demo account?

2. I see that TT now has access to the OSE, which allows trading the mini Nikkei: https://www.tradingtechnologies.com/xtrader-help/ose-gateway/ose-gateway-and-the-exchange/exchange-information/ .. also, they have access to HKFE, where the HSI trades: https://www.tradingtechnologies.com/xtrader-help/hkex-gateway/hkex-gateway-and-the-exchange/exchange-information/ Does anyone trade either of these markets on TT, and if so, what is your experience?

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@SMCJB since you are a TT user, can you comment on your experience since they made the switch from XTrader to the current model?

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Hello

For executions intraday I need high speed and low latency, TT is more faster than Rithmic?

Thanks

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I'm considering evaluating TT.

A couple of questions:

1. I have a demo account with them that I created over a year ago, but would like to demo with paper first on the platform one more time. Who could I contact about resetting my demo account?

2. I see that TT now has access to the OSE, which allows trading the mini Nikkei: https://www.tradingtechnologies.com/xtrader-help/ose-gateway/ose-gateway-and-the-exchange/exchange-information/ .. also, they have access to HKFE, where the HSI trades: https://www.tradingtechnologies.com/xtrader-help/hkex-gateway/hkex-gateway-and-the-exchange/exchange-information/ Does anyone trade either of these markets on TT, and if so, what is your experience?

Hi @josh, I am interested about what is your main consideration to stop using CQG and going to use TT?

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Hello

@SMCJB, For executions intraday I need high speed and low latency, TT is more faster than Rithmic?

Thanks

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josh View Post
I'm considering evaluating TT.

A couple of questions:

1. I have a demo account with them that I created over a year ago, but would like to demo with paper first on the platform one more time. Who could I contact about resetting my demo account?

2. I see that TT now has access to the OSE, which allows trading the mini Nikkei: https://www.tradingtechnologies.com/xtrader-help/ose-gateway/ose-gateway-and-the-exchange/exchange-information/ .. also, they have access to HKFE, where the HSI trades: https://www.tradingtechnologies.com/xtrader-help/hkex-gateway/hkex-gateway-and-the-exchange/exchange-information/ Does anyone trade either of these markets on TT, and if so, what is your experience?

@josh
1. There was a time when I knew about 3 dozen people at TT, now I know 3 dozen people who used to be at TT. Even the TT employee who occasionally frequented these forums @TradingTech, who I believe was one of their project managers, recently left TT. I DM'd you my current 'Customer Success Manager' contact info.
2. No experience in these markets but would assume that they work just like anything else. If your running anything automated then it should be fast as the execution engines should be co-located. If your click trading though I would expect it would be as slow as everybody else as the orders have to go across the pacific plus through any US infrastructure.


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Hello

@SMCJB, For executions intraday I need high speed and low latency, TT is more faster than Rithmic?

Thanks

@Alvaro Martinez
We've already had this exact conversation at

Re: Trading Technologies in General

I've been using TT for about 15/16 years now and have given my opinion on TT in several threads here so won't repeat everything. Trading Technologies was recently sold to 7Ridge which in turn is partially owned by the CBOE and SGX which obviously creates some potential conflicts of interest. The new cloud TT is an amazing product. Much of the functionality they added since XTrader is excellent and well thought out. The big problem is reliability. While their legacy product XTrader was as solid as a rock, that is not the case with the new cloud based product. Outages are common, admittedly several are not their fault, but if your dependent upon AWS and AWS goes down and I lose my ability to trade I don't really care whether its TT or AWS fault, all I know is that I can't trade. Right now they have a problem with recorded fills. A quick review of the status page https://status.trade.tt/ highlights the continual problems they are having. Unfortunately I think things are even worse than the status page implies. For example the 'fills' issues they've had for the last 2 weeks that was apparently resolved on 3/14. Weil I still have incorrect fill reports going back 3 weeks which have not been corrected yet and have been told for 3 weeks now that it will be fixed in the next few days. So it definitely wasn't resolved on 3/14.

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Alvaro Martinez
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Hello

@SMCJB, thank you so much.

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