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I am trying to get the bid and ask on my NT chart along with last price, I think last price is the default, however, I am unable to add in the bid/ask, can someone please point me in the right direction?
I understand this is able to be seen on the dom, however, I would like it on a chart

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You could try one of these threads:

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FWIW, I used JT_Realstats_RJ7v401.cs on 3 or 4 charts, and through isolation found it to be very resource intensive within my NinjaTrader; I am guessing at least part of that is due to the fairly detailed information it displays in the top left chart corner, which, frankly I cannot use or process quickly enough. When I removed it and used EdsLevel2Dom.cs instead, my Ninja CPU hogging problems went away.

I am currently using this VitLevel2.cs ; not sure if it is the same as the above EdsLevel2Dom.cs, or if it is of a different source/author, but I find no Ninja resource issues with it.

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