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Good afternoon traders!

I am beginning to learn to trade using the DOM. In addition to Jigsaw and NinjaTrader could someone recommend me any other platform that has a good integrated DOM?

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I use Trading Technologies , in my opinion the best DOM.

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I use Trading Technologies , in my opinion the best DOM.

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TT offers a great DOM, considering the fact that they invented it

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Good afternoon traders!

I am beginning to learn to trade using the DOM. In addition to Jigsaw and NinjaTrader could someone recommend me any other platform that has a good integrated DOM?

jigsaw is great///so is bookmap...n if u can get auction dashboard nt7

was watching some stuff yester...here is a short recording...if it helps...all 3 in action


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My vote goes to Jigsaw, TT is also heavily used and great.

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Trying to learn DOM trading too and currently on Ninja 8. I guess the NT 8 DOM is super basic because it's FREE? It appears that Jigsaw and TT are the best and you have to pay for them? TT looks awesome but is expensive.

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Trying to learn DOM trading too and currently on Ninja 8. I guess the NT 8 DOM is super basic because it's FREE? It appears that Jigsaw and TT are the best and you have to pay for them? TT looks awesome but is expensive.

If you're looking for a free DOM, we offer the new Firetip X for free. No monthly or transactional fees. It has a full DOM with custom order types, one click trading etc.

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I watched the video, it looks great. Not sure I'd know the difference in using it or Ninja Trader 8 DOM. Since I know how to work Ninja and have it set up on my workspace, I'm probably not ready to change unless it could give me some distinct advantage. I'm at the stage of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it"! Thank you, Big Mike. I'll keep learning and watching.

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I'd recommend Sierra chart DOM - has essentially the same feature set as jigsaw. I understand that Ninja's DOM is better than it used to be (looks like that) but it's still far behind Sierra, not surprisingly.

While TT's DOM is traditionally "the standard", it's now web-based, and I don't trust a browser-rendered DOM for speed as much as I do a standalone one. Also, while the new TT has some nice features, I still don't think it compares feature-wise to Jigsaw/SC.

That said, TT does have easier cancellation of orders, moving of orders, etc. than SC. As always, you will pay a monthly minimum and hefty per-side fee (triple CQG for example) for the privilege of using TT web.

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I'd recommend Sierra chart DOM - has essentially the same feature set as jigsaw. I understand that Ninja's DOM is better than it used to be (looks like that) but it's still far behind Sierra, not surprisingly.

While TT's DOM is traditionally "the standard", it's now web-based, and I don't trust a browser-rendered DOM for speed as much as I do a standalone one. Also, while the new TT has some nice features, I still don't think it compares feature-wise to Jigsaw/SC.

That said, TT does have easier cancellation of orders, moving of orders, etc. than SC. As always, you will pay a monthly minimum and hefty per-side fee (triple CQG for example) for the privilege of using TT web.

Yep, the new TT is now web-based, but also the new version has a desk-top version available.

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I'm on Jigsaw and when i was using CQG direct - data was very fluid and stream was consistent, now i'm trading Tradovate's CQG and it's not even comparable, DOM is very choppy, i can't see fluid stream anymore, connection restarts quite often and Jigsaw looks not so much useful. So i would say it very much depends on what you feed into the DOM.
Sierra now is almost as good as JS but i prefer JS simplicity and convenience of setup.

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I'm on Jigsaw and when i was using CQG direct - data was very fluid and stream was consistent, now i'm trading Tradovate's CQG and it's not even comparable, DOM is very choppy, i can't see fluid stream anymore, connection restarts quite often and Jigsaw looks not so much useful. So i would say it very much depends on what you feed into the DOM.
Sierra now is almost as good as JS but i prefer JS simplicity and convenience of setup.

Good point. Hey, would you mind sharing how you actually move and cancel orders in jigsaw? The only thing I really dislike about SC's DOM is that in order to cancel an order you must click a tiny 'X' .. how is it done in jigsaw?

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Good point. Hey, would you mind sharing how you actually move and cancel orders in jigsaw? The only thing I really dislike about SC's DOM is that in order to cancel an order you must click a tiny 'X' .. how is it done in jigsaw?



once limit placed you drag this box, right click will cancel limit, left click will open edit dialog.
You can also move limit by clicking on price and then click target price where you want to move, it's faster when you get used to it.

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