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Didn't TT lose their case against CQG for patent infringement?

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I don't use the DOM and I doubt I am the only one. Maybe NT should make a version without the Static DOM.

I tested a platform by an Israeli company. I think they got around the patent by pacing the movement to where price , though not static, stayed in view.

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I don't use the DOM and I doubt I am the only one. Maybe NT should make a version without the Static DOM.

I tested a platform by an Israeli company. I think they got around the patent by pacing the movement to where price , though not static, stayed in view.

They do both - you don't have to use the static one...

Mind you - it's a bit like playing pin the tail on the epileptic donkey trying to trade off a dynamic DOM...

Anyway - I think the playing field is open now?

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I can't find anything later than this an CGQ don't charge TT credits to my knowledge...

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Interesting too - 9th Feb this year..


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Would appear that their static DOM patent is valid BUT that you are not infringing it as long as you recentre automatically. That means that you could recenter after 20 ticks either side and not infringe. In other words, you could be static for a move of a certain amount of ticks and then re-centre. This would not infringe the patent.

TT tried to change to saying a non-static DOM meant it had to move each time the bid/ask moved but it appears they got told to go forth.

They also have a patent on the default quantity buttons....

This case is still ongoing and I'm still digging

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Interesting too - 9th Feb this year..


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Would appear that their static DOM patent is valid BUT that you are not infringing it as long as you recentre automatically. That means that you could recenter after 20 ticks either side and not infringe. In other words, you could be static for a move of a certain amount of ticks and then re-centre. This would not infringe the patent.

TT tried to change to saying a non-static DOM meant it had to move each time the bid/ask moved but it appears they got told to go forth.

They also have a patent on the default quantity buttons....

This case is still ongoing and I'm still digging


So you could just get it to recentre automatically after 999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999 ticks, have an extra button to close the window and be sweet as a nut?

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So you could just get it to recentre automatically after 999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999 ticks, have an extra button to close the window and be sweet as a nut?

That's my understanding....

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They do both - you don't have to use the static one...

Mind you - it's a bit like playing pin the tail on the epileptic donkey trying to trade off a dynamic DOM...

Anyway - I think the playing field is open now?

- Google Scholar

I can't find anything later than this an CGQ don't charge TT credits to my knowledge...


I don't use a DOM at all.. of any flavor. I use the custom buttons I wrote for the Chart Trader.


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I think Mirus bundles it in the commission figure. They don't break it out as a separate fee.

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I don't use a DOM at all.. of any flavor. I use the custom buttons I wrote for the Chart Trader.


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I think Mirus bundles it in the commission figure. They don't break it out as a separate fee.

This is correct, Mirus charges extra .10 per side if you use the static DOM. Using MC DOM with Mirus one can avoid such charge.
Hope it helps.

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This is correct, Mirus charges extra .10 per side if you use the static DOM. Using MC DOM with Mirus one can avoid such charge.
Hope it helps.

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To clarify, one can also avoid such charge by using the Dynamic SuperDOM which is the default DOM you get at Mirus. You have to request from them to enable the static SuperDOM which then triggers the extra charge.

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I don't use a DOM at all.. of any flavor. I use the custom buttons I wrote for the Chart Trader.


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What does the buy the range do? Does it put a limit order at the bid and ask or does it just split the difference. Also where can I find out what all those pretty numbers on the left side of the y-axis come from?

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