charting program that feeds off Jtrader ?

sochis

Newbie
6 0
Most of us know that Sierra charting gets it's datafeed off IB ---- but does anyone know of a decent charting program that gets ir's feed off of PatSystems Jtrader ?
 

Chuck_T

Active member
193 0
TahoeCharts with Patsystems

Mayfly,

There is one coming soon, TahoeCharts. We just released a version with IB, but a J-Trader version will be available once we are sure the IB version is running well. For more information go to:

http://www.tahoecharts.com

Chuck
 

sochis

Newbie
6 0
tahoecharts

The developer apparently likes to hide behind yahho groups (not giving out a valid email on his website), but a quick Whois search for the website owner yields:

[email protected]

(William Habel)

Let's see if he replies.
 

Chuck_T

Active member
193 0
TahoeCharts

TahoeCharts ....

This isn't hard to figure out, check my profile, I work for eSignal.

Look at the bottom of the page of http://www.tahoecharts.com - it says eSignal.

This is a new project we are trying to get off the ground of working with brokerage feeds.

Any other questions?


Chuck
@eSignal
 

sochis

Newbie
6 0
Chuck,

Are you claiming that tahoecharts is a product of Esignal or is owned by Esignal ?

As I understand from the tahoe website the charting program charts based on the data it receives from the IB feed, not Esignal.

And a future version is planned to do the same thing from Jtrader - - - no need to pay Esignal for a datafeed.
 

Chuck_T

Active member
193 0
sochis,

Yes, TahoeCharts is owned and is a product of eSignal.

We will be releasing TahoeCharts to work on about 12 different real time brokerage datafeeds, including IB and J-Trader.

With the TahoeCharts service we provide intraday (120 days) and daily history (~10+ years) for on demand backfilling of the charts.

Hope that helps,

Chuck
http://www.tahoecharts.com
 

sochis

Newbie
6 0
Tahoe charts . . .

Chuck:

Thx for the reply --- curious --- if tahoecharts owned by Esignal, and yet Esignal in the data providing business and have their own charting program (and their data ain't cheap !), why would they allow another "competing" charting program to coexist and get a FREE data feed off of Jtrader ---- instead of steering traders over to having to cough up $200+ per month to Esignals corporate pockets ?

However, we all know it's important to have a "backup" feed and charting in case Esignal goes down. But is tahoecharts going to be free, or $20 per month, or what.

Sierra charts for IB is pretty cheap as I remember, and hundreds of traders trading off it in Woodies CCI room.


Sochis
 

Chuck_T

Active member
193 0
TahoeCharts

Hi sochis,

With this new service we are looking to supply the software and use the broker's real time datafeed. But since some brokers don't have any history data, we are also seamlessly providing that too so the user doesn't have to manage it.

A number of brokers requested we help them by providing an easy to use yet advanced charting package. The price for this package is $39.

The first brokerage feed we are supporting is IB, but we will also be releasing it for Ameritrade, MB Trading, and Pats J-Trader soon.

For more information, check our site out:

http://www.tahoecharts.com

Chuck
 
 
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