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Mini Nikkei 225 on Osaka - Japan (JPX)

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Bovespa ( as above)
Borsa Istanbul
KRX
RTS Russia

That markets are very liquid and attractive ... and they are almost impossible to play on ( exept KRX ).I can imagine that cost of connection to them could be not profitable for most FCM so it is easy to understand why they not got them.But I cant understand why I can't trade stoxx banks futures ( from 70 000 to 100 000 day volume ) or OMX Stockholm (also very liquid) while I can trade Vstoxx mini with almost all FCM...

@Tommip you are right. The cost of the connection and the interest here might not justify the connection.
However, we do find here and there some FCMs that do have a connection because of one or two large customers, so you can always "piggy back" for a certain fee if you are allowed. All you have to do is ask.

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On IB TWS you can trade both OMX futures and stoxx banks futures .

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No way. Nikkei 225 Mini on the Osaka Securities Exchange is the most liquid futures contract in all of Asia, period. It rivals the ES in the volume it does.

Interactive Brokers is much cheaper than AMP. 80 yen round trip. If you need better real-time data, then see if you can use CQG through AMP and still use Interactive Brokers to place your trades.

Just a note that I spoke with iqfeed and they only have sgx, not OSE.
IB feed seems pretty good though

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regarding Brazil i find something on internet was about Interactive Brokers. That IB is starting in Brazil was 2013

Interactive Brokers expandirá para o Brasil até 2013 | EXAME.com
But after 3 years its quite no info. Saxo Bank offer brazilian futures but the commis are to high.
brazilian futures would be best choise the same time zone as a US futures data feed accesible through IQ feed or Kinetick.

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https://news.ampfutures.com/amp-futures-is-excited-to-announce-asias-most-liquid...ailable-for-live-trading

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Can anyone recommend any volume profilers such as ft71/ l2st/ verniman for this market?

thanks!

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Can anyone recommend any volume profilers such as ft71/ l2st/ verniman for this market?

thanks!

I second this.

Would also love a few recommendations for good sources on this market

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Can anyone trade N225m currently on IB?

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Can anyone trade N225m currently on IB?

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

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Hoping to get some clarity and some answers as to why this is happening. Hoping this is a good place to ask the question.

I'm currently on AMP running with MultiCharts. Prior to the market open my T&S and DOM are showing price action and printing price changes. However, it is NOT plotting anything on my chart, yet there is trading going on and I am able to enter orders buy/sell contracts. You'll notice in the bottom right of the image the time. It shows roughly 6 minutes before the bell.

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But, once that time of 7pm hits price will start plotting on my chart and volume profile fills in on DOM and chart....

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Does anyone know why this is?? Sorry, relative noobie here.

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