for real-time data. Tripled L2 fee and doubled other exchanges.
Guess thats the last drop in the bucket for me.
Time to drop the subscription.
I would not buy it as TraderBot does exactly the thing for 40 bucks per mo.
Please guys, give me a break.
I have wondered a long time how these data providers attract rookie traders with their sky-high monthly rates....
your post 03-13-03 06:56 PM in this thread
re: your question
as we speak
With 400K (assuming 1 to 4 buying power) to make an annnual return of 12 times 60K is not very unrealistic.
I live in a small country in N-E...
In the case of the above-mentioned scenarios, which is of higher priority: bank loans or bondholder claims?
The holders of common stock are...
iqfeed and mytrack are both reasonably priced
Do I have to subscribe to some pretty high-end data feed to get these indicators?
I looked at some widely used feeds on the web and saw no...
any comments form the users as to which would be better and more reliable feed: $20 for IQ or $13 for money.net?
Both are tick by tick.
well, I trade in GMT +2 and I can tell you that it sucks.
Market opens 4.30PM and closes 11PM meaning my working hours are something like 3PM...
wow - $4500 for a software and there are guys like me, who refuse to pay over $50 for a monthly data feed, but still make money.
3 - 5 trades a month.
Don't laugh, I am doing pretty well actually ;)
sounds pretty unreal to me.....
by the way, I heard stockcharts.com is about to launch a real-time version as well.
dunno any details, tho
thanks, folks for the comments
larson's review kinda freaked me out, but I know no other similar service, which would be competetive...
I am not a user. Hence my questions.......
hmmm......it requires a separate data source as well?
Separate names with a comma.