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Hello and happy new year,
I am looking for a broker that would give me the possibility to operate on the Italian stock market, but using my indicators and directly using multicharts for the graphic analysis
can you help me?

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Hello and happy new year,
I am looking for a broker that would give me the possibility to operate on the Italian stock market, but using my indicators and directly using multicharts for the graphic analysis
can you help me?

have you tried Directa?

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Hello and happy new year,
I am looking for a broker that would give me the possibility to operate on the Italian stock market, but using my indicators and directly using multicharts for the graphic analysis
can you help me?

Hi,
I'm also Italian but I do not trade the Italian market. In the past I used Interactive Brokers and I could operate on the Italian Market.
At that time I used ProRealtime but I think you can setup Multicharts with Interactive Brokers very easily look at this : https://www.multicharts.com/trading-software/index.php/Interactive_Brokers_Broker_Profile,

I am not an expert of Multicharts though so I am not sure if I missed something about your question.

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have you tried Directa?

yes but i wasn't satisfied

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Hi,
I'm also Italian but I do not trade the Italian market. In the past I used Interactive Brokers and I could operate on the Italian Market.
At that time I used ProRealtime but I think you can setup Multicharts with Interactive Brokers very easily look at this : https://www.multicharts.com/trading-software/index.php/Interactive_Brokers_Broker_Profile,

I am not an expert of Multicharts though so I am not sure if I missed something about your question.

Ok allora passiamo alla nostra lingua madre
come ti trovavi con interactive ? me ne hanno parlato male sopratutto per l'assistenza
Ovviamente ti da la possibilità di operare e fare analisi direttamente sulla multi no ? non solo il passaggio di ordini in un trading system come altri broker?

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Ok allora passiamo alla nostra lingua madre
come ti trovavi con interactive ? me ne hanno parlato male sopratutto per l'assistenza
Ovviamente ti da la possibilità di operare e fare analisi direttamente sulla multi no ? non solo il passaggio di ordini in un trading system come altri broker?

Ciao, purtroppo non è ammesso scrivere in Italiano nel sito ( se no i moderatori si incazzano), però mi pare ci sia un sotto forum in Italiano. Se no puoi contattarmi in privato facendo click sul mio nome "SBtrader82" e selezionando "send direct message". Quindi ti rispondo in inglese così tutti capiscono.
[Translation: it's not admitted to write in Italian in the site, but I think there is an Italian subforum, thus I will reply in English ]

I cannot answer directly about Interactive Brokers with Multichart because I never used multichart. I just installed it one day and I realized that it did not match my requirement. For what I remember you can trade directly from Multichart as in any other platform.

However I can tell the problems that I encountered using Interactive brokers in the past.
When I first began trading I was using ProRealtime, it's not well known in the US but they have a big market in France, Spain and Italy. Prorealtime allowed me to trade futures and stocks with Interactive Brokers. My experience is that the datafeed was not very stable, there were several glitches and in periods of high volatility the platform freezed. I cannot say that the datafeed was really bad, but for sure it was nothing comparable to the solutions that I tried years later.
As a disclaimer this was 2016 so maybe now they are a lot better.

I don't know if this was due to the platform or to Interactive Brokers, since ProRealTime offered a pre-built solution I cannot even say which datafeed Prorealtime offered (normally they do not tell this things) but I think it was Interactive Broker's datafeed.

What I have seen, reading blogs and forums, is that a lot of people have complaints about Interactive Brokers datafeed, and most of the Interactive Broker users they build their own custom solution.
For example if you need to use Multicharts you can probably use IQfeed which is a very reliable datafeed and Interactive Brokers as FCM.
If you are a systematic trader I think this is also the solution that Andrea Unger uses. I am not one of his students and I don't know him at all but I think he mentioned this solution somewhere.

I hope this can help you :-)

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Ciao, purtroppo non è ammesso scrivere in Italiano nel sito ( se no i moderatori si incazzano), però mi pare ci sia un sotto forum in Italiano. Se no puoi contattarmi in privato facendo click sul mio nome "SBtrader82" e selezionando "send direct message". Quindi ti rispondo in inglese così tutti capiscono.
[Translation: it's not admitted to write in Italian in the site, but I think there is an Italian subforum, thus I will reply in English ]

I cannot answer directly about Interactive Brokers with Multichart because I never used multichart. I just installed it one day and I realized that it did not match my requirement. For what I remember you can trade directly from Multichart as in any other platform.

However I can tell the problems that I encountered using Interactive brokers in the past.
When I first began trading I was using ProRealtime, it's not well known in the US but they have a big market in France, Spain and Italy. Prorealtime allowed me to trade futures and stocks with Interactive Brokers. My experience is that the datafeed was not very stable, there were several glitches and in periods of high volatility the platform freezed. I cannot say that the datafeed was really bad, but for sure it was nothing comparable to the solutions that I tried years later.
As a disclaimer this was 2016 so maybe now they are a lot better.

I don't know if this was due to the platform or to Interactive Brokers, since ProRealTime offered a pre-built solution I cannot even say which datafeed Prorealtime offered (normally they do not tell this things) but I think it was Interactive Broker's datafeed.

What I have seen, reading blogs and forums, is that a lot of people have complaints about Interactive Brokers datafeed, and most of the Interactive Broker users they build their own custom solution.
For example if you need to use Multicharts you can probably use IQfeed which is a very reliable datafeed and Interactive Brokers as FCM.
If you are a systematic trader I think this is also the solution that Andrea Unger uses. I am not one of his students and I don't know him at all but I think he mentioned this solution somewhere.

I hope this can help you :-)


Ok you were very precise, i will try to inform directly with interactive. Thank you

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Ok you were very precise, i will try to inform directly with interactive. Thank you

Hi all, I think that using the new introducing broker for IB which is MEXEM, some of the issues related to assistance have been improved. Also the account opening process should be simplified. Not a customer yet, but I am planning to.

About the datafeed, it is generally known that IB one is not the best. As already said, IQFeed is very good (but also expensive), otherwise a very good and low cost solution is using Tradestation Global account: with a minimal deposit, you have US future markets and adding other countries is feasible and not too expensive.
so in MC you can used TradeStation as datafeed and IB as broker.


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