esignal and forex


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I use esignal as my data feed. I wanted to have a look at charting forex. Am i right in saying that esignal charges $50 per month for a realtime forex feed ? Seems a lot of money to me.

Any advice gratefully received.



Last time I used eSignal for forex (earlier this year) it was $50 p/m. Does seem a bit steep.

Try signing up for it a week or two before your next billing cycle. Then you can try it out for a couple of weeks and if you don't like it cancel it. This way it will only cost you about $25 for the 'trial'.

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Newtron Bomb

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mytrack offer the currencies as part of there silver package in real time along with a variety of others like dji think its just the cash markets though
I only look at two cu.bp (GBP) and (euro dollar)

$20ish for silver feed plan plus exchange fees for anythinkg esle you may want


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Many thanks guys for taking the time to reply.

I think I might take up Henry's suggestion and use the delayed feed to get a feel for the market.

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