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Bookmap vs Jigsaw Daytradr

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 synclavier 
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Experience: Advanced
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I use Bookmap while executing with Daytradr ...and both work well.

My only gripe is that I wish that Bookmap would allow for more than one chart of the same instrument using a single data feed. e.g. I would love to have both long term and short term ES charts up, but it's not possible.

Instead, I find myself constantly fiddling with the time slice intervals on one chart rather than being able to set and forget a L/T and S/T interval on two charts. Getting another connection solely for another ES chart would be costly as I'd be in 'Pro' user territory. Surely there must be a way of adding additional instances of the same instrument without needing additional data connections? @Bookmap

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I use Bookmap while executing with Daytradr ...and both work well.

My only gripe is that I wish that Bookmap would allow for more than one chart of the same instrument using a single data feed. e.g. I would love to have both long term and short term ES charts up, but it's not possible.

Instead, I find myself constantly fiddling with the time slice intervals on one chart rather than being able to set and forget a L/T and S/T interval on two charts. Getting another connection solely for another ES chart would be costly as I'd be in 'Pro' user territory. Surely there must be a way of adding additional instances of the same instrument without needing additional data connections? @Bookmap

Same for me. I find bookmap better in visualisation for market depth. The stops and icebergs indicators help a lot too. I like to use it for market context. But i prefer execute on jigsaw’s dom. It’s more customizable and better, for me, for scalping.

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