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Infinity Data Feed for Sierra Chart vs. Rithmic for Ninja

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I was recently informed about this Sierra Chart + Sierra Chart Real -Time and Historical Feed + CTS execution combo from Optimus Futures.

https://optimusfutures.com/Platforms/SierraChart-CTS.php

I know that the Sierra Chart feed is very high quality and heard very good things about the CTS execution with SC.
Looks like a good deal to me. What do you guys think?

After the new CME data protocol I found that CTS streams aggregate data, you can see it on T&S.

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After the new CME data protocol I found that CTS streams aggregate data, you can see it on T&S.

The solution that Optimus supports with CTS uses Sierrachart data for the historical and tick data. Execution is done via CTS (stable low latency execution).

We also offer charting with CQG and Rithmic and use both for execution and historical charting (if necessary).

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After the new CME data protocol I found that CTS streams aggregate data, you can see it on T&S.

Sierra Chart Real-Time and Historical Exchange Data Feed - Sierra Chart

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The solution that Optimus supports with CTS uses Sierrachart data for the historical and tick data. Execution is done via CTS (stable low latency execution).



We also offer charting with CQG and Rithmic and use both for execution and historical charting (if necessary).



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So CTS is only the execution (DOM) platform?


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So CTS is only the execution (DOM) platform?


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Sierrachart has it's own DOM for execution. The routing to the exchange occurs via CTS technology.

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Sierrachart has it's own DOM for execution. The routing to the exchange occurs via CTS technology.



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I don't particularly like the SC DOM, but I do like the AT/Infinity DOM.


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I don't particularly like the SC DOM, but I do like the AT/Infinity DOM.


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I have heard of guys who like it. Some prefer not to run two separate components on their computers, but I respect your the way you trade and execute.

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I don't particularly like the SC DOM, but I do like the AT/Infinity DOM.

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We all like what we like (I couldn't stand the way the AT DOM freezes when you hover, LOL).

I just wanted to mention that if you haven't been keeping up with the SC DOM additions, you might want to check them out. With the addition of what they call the Market Depth Pulling/Stacking columns (additions to and subtractions from the bids and offers), it's almost Jigsawesque

Anyway, hope that helps.

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Thanks, I have not been keeping up. Looks interesting.


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It's been a while since I demo'd the AT Platform, but I remember that there was an issue bringing up the SC Dom on either the chart or by itself. I got around it by using a chart from my SC demo, that had it on there.

If you need one (of either kind - chart or stand-alone), I've attached a simple chart that should have one of each. I don't know if you can trade from it (I was able to use it with Sim during the demo), but at least you can (possibly) see how you like it, now. The symbol is a screwy CQG one so you'll have to adjust that :-)

(not pushing it, just helping out where I can - Lord knows I can't help anyone with TRADING, at this stage of my 'career' )

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