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 Rad4633 
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I do like the suggestion that @Silvester17 made, if you would consider adding the vwap to your option list... my thought is then I could have a short/med/large time frame charts price action only and a 9G dom. Clean simple no thought needed. Vwap would give me a bias

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@1LotTrader

I do like the suggestion that @Silvester17 made, if you would consider adding the vwap to your option list... my thought is then I could have a short/med/large time frame charts price action only and a 9G dom. Clean simple no thought needed. Vwap would give me a bias

thx in advance for looking
R

@Rad4633,

I would welcome that feature, however I don't think I would use it on the dom. I need to see the "history" of the vwap as well as the bands. so I prefer the vwap on a normal chart. but it certainly wouldn't hurt to have that option

also I think it would be better to post any suggestions here:

https://www.9gtrading.com/threads/feature-requests.97/

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I started using 9 dom and found it more customisable than its competitors. I have another vendors product also. If you are looking for a dom better than ninjas dom , then this is a cost effective product.


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I'm interested in taking a look at this new DoM and don't really care that it costs $180.00 but I have a few question first if someone doesn't mind answering. Is this comparable to Ninja's Dynamic or Static DoM? I prefer the static dom but to use it we get nailed with the TT tax of $0.20 / RT or something like that. Would this DoM negate the need for this extra fee? If so how do they get around the TT patent issues that Ninja couldn't get around. Thanks.

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I'm interested in taking a look at this new DoM and don't really care that it costs $180.00 but I have a few question first if someone doesn't mind answering. Is this comparable to Ninja's Dynamic or Static DoM? I prefer the static dom but to use it we get nailed with the TT tax of $0.20 / RT or something like that. Would this DoM negate the need for this extra fee? If so how do they get around the TT patent issues that Ninja couldn't get around. Thanks.

maybe I can answer your question.

that would be more like a static dom. you'll have different options to setup your dom. how and when to "center".

for the patent issue, it also depends what broker you use. like mirus or amp, that fee should be included in your commission. so no need to pay those "credits" twice

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maybe I can answer your question.

that would be more like a static dom. you'll have different options to setup your dom. how and when to "center".

for the patent issue, it also depends what broker you use. like mirus or amp, that fee should be included in your commission. so no need to pay those "credits" twice

https://ninjatrader.com/

Cool, yeah after I wrote my question I went to youtube and watched some of the 9G videos, pretty impressive. It's basically static but includes an autocenter which totally bypasses the TT patent. Their patent is for static dom only.. any kind of autocentering works around that. Thanks for your quick response.

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OK one more question (I promise) does the mouse wheel scroll the DoM?

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yes it does.

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OK one more question (I promise) does the mouse wheel scroll the DoM?

no problem at all

if I know the answer, I'll gladly answer.

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This DOM looks interesting

I use the Jigsaw DOM ... has anyone had the opportunity to compare the two ?

The Jigsaw bit uses the NT AT interface selection that makes scaling into an existing position impossible.
Has 9G found a way around this?

Maybe by not using AT interface?

Catch a man up on this product ...


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