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Mini Nikkei 225 on Osaka - Japan (JPX)

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I will be happy too but not with AMP as FCM ...

I respect your decision and you have the right to place your business where you wish.
However, AMP staff and trading desk have been very helpful to us and our customers thus far.
We also play a role in service, and would be assist with anything directly as well.

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However, AMP staff and trading desk have been very helpful to us and our customers thus far.

Reason is simple - I was with amp few years ago.I was trading Nikkei (but on CME ) and they... was unable to clear it and even to say what i got in my account.Long and bad story of failing - this is why.

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I will talk to the TS rep we have, however, just keep in mind that if a certain FCM does not offer a certain product is because they experience no demand for it or the cost of clearing via an party that has membership on that exchange maybe to high. My suggestion is either to find a product that your broker does trade, or switch.
Maybe you should try a contract like Mini DAX?

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Awesome, please let me know your findings.
The Nikkei and Kospi are attractive to me because I wouldn't have to modify my sleeping pattern to trade @ London open. From my research, they're very liquid during the Asian Session (please correct me if I'm wrong). I'm not opposed to switching platforms either, I just got used to programming in EasyLanguage. Switching platforms might mean having to learn a different scripting language But if necessary then be as it may... Thanks again Matt.

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Awesome, please let me know your findings.
The Nikkei and Kospi are attractive to me because I wouldn't have to modify my sleeping pattern to trade @ London open. From my research, they're very liquid during the Asian Session (please correct me if I'm wrong). I'm not opposed to switching platforms either, I just got used to programming in EasyLanguage. Switching platforms might mean having to learn a different scripting language But if necessary then be as it may... Thanks again Matt.

You are welcome.

I respect the fact that you are used to a platform and it's coding and I am aware of the "pain" associated with transiting. But, at the end of the day, some traders may grow their knowledge while some circumstances may change and as a result, a change of software is required. So let's explore a few alternatives: one thing you can do is switch to Multicharts that has is very compatible with Easylanguage. They use Powerlanguage which is 90% compatible with Easylanguage.

Another option and I mention it because it's a free Options is Multicharts C#.

Essentially, we can provide the Nikkei Futures via anything that CQG runs on and you can interchange between platforms as you wish including the mobile platforms (using the same logins).

At this point I am not aware of any other feed we are in business with that provides Nikkei Futures (Osaka Exchange) besides CQG.

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You are welcome.

I respect the fact that you are used to a platform and it's coding and I am aware of the "pain" associated with transiting. But, at the end of the day, some traders may grow their knowledge while some circumstances may change and as a result, a change of software is required. So let's explore a few alternatives: one thing you can do is switch to Multicharts that has is very compatible with Easylanguage. They use Powerlanguage which is 90% compatible with Easylanguage.

Another option and I mention it because it's a free Options is Multicharts C#.

Essentially, we can provide the Nikkei Futures via anything that CQG runs on and you can interchange between platforms as you wish including the mobile platforms (using the same logins).

At this point I am not aware of any other feed we are in business with that provides Nikkei Futures (Osaka Exchange) besides CQG.

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Great. Looking around, I thought MultChart is a good candidate since it uses EL. I also found SierraChart to be interesting. I downloaded Multichart yesterday to try out first, as I'm actively trying to get away from Tradestation now (not just because they don't carry a product I want). I intend to try out SC as well.

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Great. Looking around, I thought MultChart is a good candidate since it uses EL. I also found SierraChart to be interesting. I downloaded Multichart yesterday to try out first, as I'm actively trying to get away from Tradestation now (not just because they don't carry a product I want). I intend to try out SC as well.

I only offered MC because of EL. We like SC a lot and you can trade the Nikkei on it as well.

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Do you mean in general? Or specifically at the time you posted the message?

I am able to trade N225M through IB. I'm just using the data feed through IB. Volume has been alot higher after the election.

There's another thread on N225M in this forum

Is the Nikkei 225 Mini data and trading good on IB? Filtered data?

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Should be able to plug in to NT?





Still getting my head around everything but for VP purposes I was going to chart the big contract as that is the volume which moves both markets. The mini just follows the full contract.

I have basically given up on NT or CQG hosting the historical data. Multicharts has a continuous contract in and historical data. It also has some VP tools and is free.

Ill give it a run over the next few weeks

How did this go and did you resolve the tick feed issues?

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Is the Nikkei 225 Mini data and trading good on IB? Filtered data?

IB has very filtered data, unusable for charting < 1min bars.

Oddly enough, BookMap works reasonably well with the live IB data, I use it with the N225M, and have closely compared it to CQG's data, it is good enough for my trading. I think they have an algo for combining the IB live daily volume total and the missing tick volume.

But useless for tick based charting & VP.

This is a screen of KOSPI200 today via IB;


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Has anyone traded this contract? Could someone give me a market which it moves similarly to in the US session? I've heard it moves fairly similar to ES?

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