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@ LukeGeniol I guess you will need a new broker / FCM in the meantime that handles Eurex.

Eurex is one of the largest exchanges in the world so it should not be that hard to find someone that supports them.

Thanks, I have more then one. Mine was only a trial of Rithmic feed.

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We are in discussions with another high-end solution provider for the Eurex, but I will only mention it when it's fully implementable. The idea is always to find a solution that is reasonable from a cost perspective so the commissions could stay low.

Apparently it is since this week. But you have to work with CQGLite with it. Maybe you need to call up your contact person at your company since I have other more updated information from your company.

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Just a heads up to the traders in this thread.....Vision Financial Markets is one of the few FCM's offering Kospi 200 so far in the US. I sure wished more FCM's would start to carry this instrument and the Hang Seng (with decent margins)!

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Just a heads up to the traders in this thread.....Vision Financial Markets is one of the few FCM's offering Kospi 200 so far in the US. I sure wished more FCM's would start to carry this instrument and the Hang Seng (with decent margins)!

I can't wait until Asia opens up a little more & once China floats its currency....

Then I am sure more FCM's would offer Asian instruments.

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Apparently it is since this week. But you have to work with CQGLite with it. Maybe you need to call up your contact person at your company since I have other more updated information from your company.

I appreciate the heads up, and I am aware who will be the provider and there is another component to it.
Before I release anything to this forum, I want to make sure thing are fully operational.

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I can't wait until Asia opens up a little more & once China floats its currency....

Then I am sure more FCM's would offer Asian instruments.

There are quite a few people playing the latency arb game here within Asia, and a US-based trader would start with a 250ms network delay disadvantage. Just keep that in mind...

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One thing is that with NT7 beta 20 or 21 or 22 (don't recall specifically), they re-wrote the API to make it 64-bit compatible, based on the release notes. I am not sure what personal touches NT makes to the API instead of just taking it directly from Zen, but this could be both a good thing or a bad thing. It could be good if they were using an out dated API before and have now implemented it better, or it could be bad in that they may have introduced bugs or coding problems in the new 64-bit and untested API.

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- NT 32-bit uses the Rithmic C++ API (true for both Zen-Fire and Vision)
- Rithmic made recently available a native .NET API (which allows us to natively support 64-bit)
- We integrated the Rithmic .NET API into one of our recent NT 7 versions thus providing 64-bit support for both Zen-Fire and Vision
- When running 32-bit, NT uses the C++ API, when running 64-bit it uses the new .NET API
- The .NET API is new to us thus its integration into NinjaTrader is labeled as beta

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- NT 32-bit uses the Rithmic C++ API (true for both Zen-Fire and Vision)
- Rithmic made recently available a native .NET API (which allows us to natively support 64-bit)
- We integrated the Rithmic .NET API into one of our recent NT 7 versions thus providing 64-bit support for both Zen-Fire and Vision
- When running 32-bit, NT uses the C++ API, when running 64-bit it uses the new .NET API
- The .NET API is new to us thus its integration into NinjaTrader is labeled as beta

Ray, if I made add: Vision is using the Rithmic solution exclusively.
Just wanted to make sure that there aren't 3 entities involved.

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Hello all,

Does anyone know if I can I still get historical data from NinjaTrader servers using Rithmic?

Thanks,
Gary

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Gary View Post
Hello all,

Does anyone know if I can I still get historical data from NinjaTrader servers using Rithmic?

Thanks,
Gary

Ja, u get the same historical data of Zen-Fire.

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