I am looking for a new broker. I am considering OEC, but I don't know how good their datafeed are. I am not interested in using e-signal as a extra data provider, but only OEC's own datafeed. Is it good enough for scalping? I am looking for fast, reliable unfiltered datafeed.
sorry if im too late, but i guess it depends on what sort of things you look for. free charting (up to 10 contracts at once), a decent sized indicator library, DOM, and a trade window that you can set to see each trade like a ticker tape. you can set the trade window to only show sizes greater than whatever you set, but you cant do that on the DOM. i think the charts are OK. fairly easy to use, customizablel time frames, colors, etc. so far i havent had any connection issues, its been around 2 years.
I use OEC, Ninja ( rithmic and CQG connections), transactAT, CQG Integrated client and a few more.
OEC data ( we actually white labeled their software as E-Futures International) is excellent and is as good as any of the above and better - its free.....
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