CQG DOMTrader

DionysusToast

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Not used it but it is static - they are still fighting TT over the patent. If they win, the days of paying TT for the rights to have a static DOM may be behind us.
 

ssks

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I used it for a while. No complaints with the ladders design but it suffers from horrific latency when the market becomes volatile.
 
CQG's Dom Ladder are very good, you have two option to choose from, "Dynamic" and "Responsive".........I personally think they are better than T.T and Stella, to which Ive both used in the past.

Check out CQG's new product "QTrader"...$40 p/m....the same Trade Execution as their Integrated Client but at a much cheaper price. I.C is around £300 - £500 p/m.

Ive started using it, it has around 6 Trading Interfaces inc Dom Ladders, Spreadsheet Trading and also Trading from the Chart.

Heres the link: http://www.cqg.com/Support/Free-Trial/QTrader.aspx
 
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tuscan

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CQG's Dom Ladder are very good, you have two option to choose from, "Dynamic" and "Responsive".........I personally think they are better than T.T and Stella, to which Ive both used in the past.

Check out CQG's new product "QTrader"...$40 p/m....the same Trade Execution as their Integrated Client but at a much cheaper price. I.C is around £300 - £500 p/m.

Ive started using it, it has around 6 Trading Interfaces inc Dom Ladders, Spreadsheet Trading and also Trading from the Chart.

Heres the link: http://www.cqg.com/Support/Free-Trial/QTrader.aspx


Can you, with Qtrader, have access to all instruments or it is a solution like Ninja Trader, where you have access to main markets only like CL, GC, Ep ? Can you trade spreads through it ? What is lacking ?
 
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Larry Levin

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Can you, with Qtrader, have access to all instruments or it is a solution like Ninja Trader, where you have access to main markets only like CL, GC, Ep ? Can you trade spreads through it ? What is lacking ?

You can trade all the market that you broker has access to. These are about future markets. What is a big difference from NT is that you can trade options and spreads. Speaking about the last CQG has fantastic functionality for spreads trading.
Charts are great as well. Anyway CQG Qtrader is a good solution. Check out the demo

http://cqg.com/Support/Free-Trial/QTrader.aspx
 
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