Alternatives to E-signal

Discussion in 'Trading Software' started by swtrader, Dec 9, 2005.

  1. I thought I would start a thread where the scope of discussion would be a concise comparison of chart providers

    I share the sentiment of those in the problem thread, if e-signal were cheaper, it wouldnt be that big of a deal. But for what they charge me each and every month, too many glitches. Their lack of backups is a choice
  2. QuoteTracker has a pretty large list of datafeeds they support :

    Here is AmiBroker's :
  3. Ensign charts at $39.99/month with free interactive brokers market data (IB charges $10/month if $30 commissions are not generated). I am happy with the combo so far...

  4. 9999


    how's the feed? some time ago people were complaining that it was inaccurate, lagged during volume spikes, etc. Is it working fine now?
    Thank you!
  5. i dont notice anything major but i am not a scalper. my delay times generally run .20-.70 of a second during the day. no complaints here.
  6. I've used ReakTick for 9 years for stock trading (actually, just their data, via TALDDE and their API). A couple of months ago I decided to start trading index futures as well, so I added CME data to my subscription and began using the RealTick charts for the first time. So far, I've been very pleased with this setup and haven't had any outages.
  7. nkhoi

    nkhoi Moderator

    sierra + mytrack + exchange feed - $60/m, real time all eminis, cash indexs, some forex.
  8. FredBloggs

    FredBloggs Guest

    probably worth people noting if they use data for futures or stocks (name exchange)

    some of the cheapo guys dont provide back fills, past data or continuous contract listings.
    #10     Dec 9, 2005