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AMP, CQG, and NT7

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that is for the newbies IMO... $500 ... trade one contract, and if it goes against you basically have to fund it again, and again, and again, and again... and I am sure their risk department has things setup to shutoff the account right away if something happens..

it is a great marketing technique to lower the barries of entry and attract lots of undercapitalized traders that are looking to learn and are following the hype..

The low funding minimum is because they offer the micro markets which have day trade margins of $100.

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I'm testing NT7/CQG data.
I'm quite new to NT7.

Is it possible to record Live Bid Ask data with NT7 or Would the historical Bid Ask Data will be available for Live account?

As for the Demo,

When I reload indicator the B&A will be gone and it seems historical data does not have B&A.
even I chose to D/L Tick /Bid/Ask from the historical data.


I hope to find positive result from the Demo but it is too short period , only for 5days.

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I'm testing NT7/CQG data.
I'm quite new to NT7.

Is it possible to record Live Bid Ask data with NT7 or Would the historical Bid Ask Data will be available for Live account?

As for the Demo,

When I reload indicator the B&A will be gone and it seems historical data does not have B&A.
even I chose to D/L Tick /Bid/Ask from the historical data.


I hope to find positive result from the Demo but it is too short period , only for 5days.

You need the GomRecorder to make bid/ask persistent:
https://futures.io/elite-circle/6802-gomrecorder-2-a.html

And here is some historical backfill for it:
https://futures.io/elite-circle/7279-official-gomrecorder-data-sharing-thread.html

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Thanks Mike
Good Things become an Elite......
Got the NT script imported. will see the result in the next 24 hours.


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I switch to R3 UVOL, DECL now map to the correct Exchange except no data coming in, back to 7.02

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Is it Soup Yet?

Does anyone have this combination up and running without issues yet?

I only trade TF, 6E and CL. I don't use ..heck I don't even understand most of the indexes ya'll are talkig about.

But recently, I'm having issues with ZenFire and am looking for a solution.

However, I really do NOT want to go from the frying pan into the fire.

Any feed back would be appreciated.

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Does anyone have this combination up and running without issues yet?

I only trade TF, 6E and CL. I don't use ..heck I don't even understand most of the indexes ya'll are talkig about.

But recently, I'm having issues with ZenFire and am looking for a solution.

However, I really do NOT want to go from the frying pan into the fire.

Any feed back would be appreciated.

Regards,

TMFT

TMFT,

I made the switch to CQG with AMP. I have not had any difficulties. The one thing that bugs me is that the Dynamic DOM is only seems to be available with CQG, where Zenfire had the static DOM. I don't really know the differences, but the Dynamic DOM does bounce around a lot more.

I'm not real sure why I made the change. I felt CQG is a known Data provider and i could get $TICK etc. Anyway, no issues so far.

David

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.... The one thing that bugs me is that the Dynamic DOM is only seems to be available with CQG, where Zenfire had the static DOM. I don't really know the differences, but the Dynamic DOM does bounce around a lot more.

http://www.ninjatrader-support.com/HelpGuideV6/helpguide.html?DynamicPriceLadderDisplay

You may have the option of using either a static (original SuperDOM) or dynamic price ladder display SuperDOM depending on your FCM or broker. The difference between these options is how the inside market is displayed in the price ladder display.


Static
  • The inside market (ask/bid and last price) climb up and down the price ladder in response to a change in market price
  • The price rows are static (do not change)

Dynamic
  • The inside market (ask/bid and last price) is fixed in location in the price ladder display
  • The price rows are dynamic in that each row's price changes in response to a change in market price

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I'm not real sure why I made the change. I felt CQG is a known Data provider and i could get $TICK etc. Anyway, no issues so far.

I have to agree with David, I went and opened an account with AMP only because of the CQG deal as I wanted to test the differences between IB vs. TT vs. CQG networks and I have not had any issues.. the best thing is as stated, breadth indicators ... so it all comes from one source.

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TMFT,

I made the switch to CQG with AMP. I have not had any difficulties. The one thing that bugs me is that the Dynamic DOM is only seems to be available with CQG, where Zenfire had the static DOM. I don't really know the differences, but the Dynamic DOM does bounce around a lot more.

I'm not real sure why I made the change. I felt CQG is a known Data provider and i could get $TICK etc. Anyway, no issues so far.

David

You can get the static DOM if you make this request to your broker.

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