Collective2 now has a strategy language, so assuming our programming language suits your needs, you don't need to use an API, subscribe to market...
Collective2.com has lots of systems with free trials and a free demo account. We are registered in the good old USA ;-)
C2 now supports publishing your manual trades as trading system signals. No need to learn a new strategy language, no need to learn a new...
In the US they are, but for other countries I agree it could be different.
Here is some info: https://collective2.com/FAQ
FIX can be used in various ways. Every provider will have its own variant so you won't find a tool that connects to all FIX engines. Every FIX...
Another option is to list your system on c2pro.com. A Interactive Brokers history import/real time copy feature will soon be available.
Canada is a tough country for brokers. Very fragmented market due to a separate regulatory regime in each province. Global Futures used to support...
Works fine for us--no disruptions.
Collective2.com will offer this service in a few weeks. Visit the C2 forum and watch for the announcement when it's available.
Collective2 is a place where you can publish your trading signals in real time and traders can follow your signals for a fee you set. A big...
You might also want to look at collective2.com where you'll find hundreds of trading strategies.
We do not publish that data.
No. Are you serious?
You can find a list of Forex system at http://collective2.com/selector
Collective2 (C2) is a trading strategy tracking site. Now when you write...
Well, that is simply not true.
Why companies still develop to iPhone first when they only have a 12% global market share baffles me.
Probably but my point is zero commissions is a big incentive to push that order flow model to the limit.
Interactive Brokers have tokens as well but they have an opt-out for API users. Is there a reason why you're sticking with etrade?
But it's not free: order flow is most likely be sold to the highest bidder which is unlikely to be the best price.
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