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Started:February 26th, 2011 (03:24 PM) by josh Views / Replies:7,365 / 30
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Multicharts compatible with Velocity Futures?

Old September 12th, 2011, 06:31 PM   #31 (permalink)
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I could have swore I read that you can combine IQ with the TT feed so I have backfill.. Is this true or am I imagining things? I didn't see this option anywhere on the QM or the platform.


In QuoteManager, you'll setup two separate instruments (one for TT, one for IQFeed).

Then in MultiCharts, when you load a chart, you can specify that IQFeed source is for historical, and TT source is for live. Or, I would say just use solely IQFeed for charting, and then do symbol mapping to "map" the TT symbol to the IQFeed symbol if you want to trade from the chart.


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