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Favorite Futures: Stocks
Posts: 14 since Feb 2010
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First I would like to congratulate Mike on the release of his new platform! *Although I legally can't announce until tomorrow since we are a public company (I figured since the markets are closed no insider trading will result) I will go ahead and share will futures.io (formerly BMT) first.
We have a completely new version of IQFeed being released. *What we have done is reinvented what "cloud" and "cross platform" means. *This new version will work with any OS, and hardware platform and any software, regardless if that platform has implemented our API. *The beauty is that users are able to connect *to our new cloud, dubbed "clearsky", without being online and without actually powering up their platform. *It is truly transparent.
While we are excited about what we have been able to achieve, we aren't stopping there. *Our goal is to provide every trader an environment where their trades cannot lose. *The only way to do this is to read the future. *What traders will be most excited about is our ability to reduce latency to .19 fantaseconds, or 190 milliseconds in the future.**
This new version is available for preorder and will be priced at free! *We realize that many traders don't understand that high quality trading tools cost money to produce, operate and support. *But we believe that if all of our customers are making money with IQFeed, the government will be sure to fund our operation.
We won't be posting a download link since the service will "just work" without your involvement. It should appear on your machine... Soon.
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