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Here are the results
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* Rithmic
* No VPS

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So if I understand this correctly, Average of 0.449 second and standard deviation of 0.182 seconds?

Just curious Neko whats your setup or where is your NT located?

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I'm in Hawaii, and using Rithmic. Considering it's Hawaii internet is decent. Currently not using a VPS


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So if I understand this correctly, Average of 0.449 second and standard deviation of 0.182 seconds?

Just curious Neko whats your setup or where is your NT located?


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I think anyone posting results would be helpful to post location and feed using as will help us compare apples to apples. I plan to run test when get chance. I am on a dedicated machine in Chicago using Continuum feed. I will be real interested to see how that stacks up to a rithmic feed on a machine in Chicago. I have used both rithmic and continuum and can't tell if one has any advantage over the other.

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I like this stuff, but in my view I would suggest to have information by witch broker, software and server you will get the best fills and lowest latency for CL colocated near by the exchange.

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Round 2
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* Rithmic
* No VPS

1st run is with ES
2nd & 3rd with CL

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@nekko333

Crude oil has a faster fill then ES perhaps the execution time for ES is longer as a result that you have to wait in the queue before you get filled. But I thinking you have also to consider the latency from hawaii to Chicago. So you can reduce the total time with the latency time .

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@nekko333

Crude oil has a faster fill then ES perhaps the execution time for ES is longer as a result that you have to wait in the queue before you get filled. But I thinking you have also to consider the latency from hawaii to Chicago. So you can reduce the total time with the latency time .

The times showed are the time to be in the queue, not being executed.
The name of the strategy is not a good one, it should be "speedqueue" or "speedbook", not "speedfill" .

As far as I remember @neko33 is using a lot of screens (8 ?), using all these screen in a colocated/RDP environment will look sluggish, too many things to refresh with a > 100 ms latency.
I also consider that from Hawaii, it's not that bad !

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Hey Sam,

Speedqueue is a better name I agree it is not the time till a order is filled. But do you have any idea why the speed for CL is shorter than for the ES?

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Hey Sam,

Speedqueue is a better name I agree it is not the time till a order is filled. But do you have any idea why the speed for CL is shorter than for the ES?

It's faster on this sample, we'll need much more samples to say "CL is faster than ES".

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