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 Hammerhorn 
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Anybody using TTnet via AMP? I am going to give AMP a try, it could be brief, we will see. Right now I keep going back and forth between TTnet and CQG. I have not heard great things about CQG, but I can't find much about TTnet. I did find this,
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The vid does show that TTnet is a second faster than CQG at times.

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.... I have not heard great things about CQG, ....

don't have any problem with AMP/CQG so it depends on who you hear I guess.

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Nobody?

are you referring to using TT/CQG data through ninja? or just the standalone applications?

TT and CQG are both industry mainstays, you really can't go wrong. Just personal preference, demo both, pick one, trade.

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Anybody using TTnet via AMP? I am going to give AMP a try, it could be brief, we will see. Right now I keep going back and forth between TTnet and CQG. I have not heard great things about CQG, but I can't find much about TTnet. I did find this,
CQG and TTNET Comparison - YouTube

The vid does show that TTnet is a second faster than CQG at times.

CQG through NinjaTrader is a solid solution. We have a lot of users on it. TT is solid as well however, NinjaTrader through TT does not support overnight positions at this time, does not support ICE, no server side OCO orders and no historical data.

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CQG through NinjaTrader is a solid solution. We have a lot of users on it. TT is solid as well however, NinjaTrader through TT does not support overnight positions at this time, does not support ICE nor server side OCO orders.

That would have been nice to know. Good thing none of that matters to me right now, but in the future it will and I would be disappointed to find out at that point.

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CQG through NinjaTrader is a solid solution. We have a lot of users on it. TT is solid as well however, NinjaTrader through TT does not support overnight positions at this time, does not support ICE, no server side OCO orders and no historical data.

Hi Ray,
Are you sure TT does not support ICE ? I have the TF ( Russell 2000 ) on TT which is on ICE and it works fine.

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Hi Ray,
Are you sure TT does not support ICE ? I have the TF ( Russell 2000 ) on TT which is on ICE and it works fine.

Thanks for clarifying. TF works on ICE, all other ICE markets do not.

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Thanks for clarifying. TF works on ICE, all other ICE markets do not.

So if I like TTnet, I will eventually be forced either go Multi Broker or stop using them? Any chance that they will be fully integrated?

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So if I like TTnet, I will eventually be forced either go Multi Broker or stop using them? Any chance that they will be fully integrated?

ICE will be supported for TT NET with NinjaTrader 8. I can't provide an ETA on NT8 at this time.

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FYI, I actually did not go with TTnet. Supposedly they require a daily disconnect. I don't like to deal with that, except on the weekends as I trade many auto strategies.

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TT/Net and CQG both rock solid in my experience.
Never a problem.
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FYI, I actually did not go with TTnet. Supposedly they require a daily disconnect. I don't like to deal with that, except on the weekends as I trade many auto strategies.


yes it disconnects every day at 530 and no data on weekends
it is inconvenient for autotrading indeed.

I use it with Sierra for discretionary trading only.

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Anybody using TTnet via AMP? I am going to give AMP a try, it could be brief, we will see. Right now I keep going back and forth between TTnet and CQG. I have not heard great things about CQG, but I can't find much about TTnet. I did find this,
CQG and TTNET Comparison - YouTube

The vid does show that TTnet is a second faster than CQG at times.

Are you still using Amp/TTnet with Sierra charts? I am thinking about moving over from NinjaTrader to Sierra Charts. I am still trying to figure out if I can get Market Internals (NYSE TICK & Adv/Dec, NASDAQ TICK & Adv/Dec, and S&P500 Adv/Dec). Amp broker doesn't know for sure if I can get Internals, but Sierra Support says with package 3 or 5 charts I get their data with Internals.

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TTnet does provide all of the market internals that you listed.
Through AMP that is.

After using TTnet and Sierra for awhile now, I must say it is very stable , and fast.
And Sierra is extremely customizable and flexible with great support from Siera.

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