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CQG Frontend to Esignal Chartware ?

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I dont have the know-how to do this. but if someone knows of this or can do it,,, how about it?

create some software that can use a less expensive data feed from CQG,, or IB or Zenfire, and feed the data into
charting software that uses Esignal Data... because Esignal 's data feed is pricey.. to say the least.

but i have some old software that uses the esignal data feed (only) ,,

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To me, the charting on J-Trader / Patsystems was way better than eSignal on CQG.

A way cheaper.

Did you give a try on that one?

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No, i have some old software that worked with esignal and i wont pay esignals outlandish prices for their data when i can use IB or CQG's data .. what i wanted was a piece of software that would take CQG data provided and feed it into the this software like esignal.. not even sure if it can be done. surely if i paid a programmer to build that, it would cost more than a years subscription to esignal.
i use to have jtrader but never liked the platform.
I am happy with ninjatrader and CQG.. only switch i think about is to mirus and zenfire.

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