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If I have a login for QTrader, can I use it to connect to CQG data feed on a third-party platform, like Multicharts, simultaneously? What about connecting to CQG M at the same time as QTrader?

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If I have a login for QTrader, can I use it to connect to CQG data feed on a third-party platform, like Multicharts, simultaneously?

CQG told me the account used for their CQG products cannot be used for other third party products.


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What about connecting to CQG M at the same time as QTrader?

I donthink it's possible, but why don't you give it a try.

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If I have a login for QTrader, can I use it to connect to CQG data feed on a third-party platform, like Multicharts, simultaneously? What about connecting to CQG M at the same time as QTrader?

The exchanges are very greedy with their market data policy and you will need two different logins....

there some solutions though depending on your specific needs/ platforms etc.

feel free to PM me.

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