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CQG Announces Free Services through the End of the Year

Wed, 10/25/2017 - 00:00
Free Services CQG Integrated Client customers have free access to the following services through the end of the year: Market Scan Advanced Options Sign-up is not necessary. We’ve turned these services on for all current CQG IC customers to say thank you for your business! Informative Webinar Want to learn more about these services and how to use them to enhance your trading? Join us for a webinar on November 9th where CQG’s product specialists will show you how to use them for the best analysis and trading on CQG. Register Advanced Options and RTD With recent... more

Calling Custom and Standard Study Data into Excel

Mon, 10/23/2017 - 00:00
There are numerous Excel samples that walk you through bringing various market data into Excel using RTD formulas. However, there is a lot to look through. One solution is to use the CQG Formula Builder. You can right-click a study, hover your mouse over Send to, select Clipboard, and then paste the information onto your Notepad. The following is all of the information brought over for the cqg.RSI w/MA study. cqg.RSI w/MA: -- Overlaid = FALSE Parameters: RSIPeriod = 9 MAPeriod = 10 Curve 'RSI (Display String) /* This... more

Multi-Market Display Excel Dashboard

Mon, 10/16/2017 - 00:00
This Microsoft Excel® dashboard presents different styles of viewing market and study information. The left-hand side is today's current market data. You can enter symbols and set the number of decimals. The HiLoAlert cell is a user-entered value where if the Last price is within that amount of the high or the low, then the high price is highlighted red or the low price is highlighted green. For example, you enter 2 in the HiLoAlert cell and if the Last price is 98.50 with the current High being 100, then the Last is within 2 points of the High so the High price is colored red. The... more

Calling DOM Data Using RTD

Wed, 10/11/2017 - 00:00
There is an RTD call for depth-of-market (DOM) data for futures markets. You call the DOM data by symbol and queue number. You can pull the bid or ask price, bid or ask volume, and the time of the last update. The best ask price for the symbol EP (the E-mini S&P 500) is queue 1: =RTD("cqg.rtd",,"DOMData","EP","Price","1","T") For the amount of contracts offered at the best ask, use: =RTD("cqg.rtd",,"DOMData","EP","Volume","1","D") And for the time of the latest update, use: =RTD("cqg.rtd",,"DOMData","EP","Time","1","T") You must format the... more

Natural Gas Market, Spreads, and Strips Dashboard

Fri, 10/06/2017 - 00:00
This Microsoft Excel® dashboard has three tabs. The first tab displays today’s market quotes, volume, and open interest data. If the last price is matching the open price, then the open price is highlighted blue. If the last price is within one tick or equal to the high, then the high is colored green. If the last price is within one tick or equal to the low, then the low is colored red. The second tab displays 1- through 6-month calendar spreads. The dashboard offers the ability to enter a date to compare where the same calendar spreads were trading. You can enter... more

CQG M Version 2.17

Mon, 10/02/2017 - 00:00
Charts Added space between current bar and price scale Crosshairs for mobile mode Quotes New study column: Today's net change compared to the 20-day average true range Improved symbol list workflow Trading Market buttons always available on HOT Comments column added to the Download fill report More Details and How to Access the New Features Chart Crosshairs in Mobile Mode Tap the crosshairs icon in the upper left of the chart. The icon will turn to a blue color, indicating that crosshairs mode is on. Moving your finger on the chart body area will... more

Q3 2017 Winners and Losers and a Look Ahead to Q4

Mon, 10/02/2017 - 00:00
The dollar index moved lower by 2.66% in the third quarter of 2017, and commodities prices moved higher with four of the six major sectors posting gains. Out of the 29 commodities that I follow, 20 posted gains during the three-month period that ended last Friday, September 29. Commodities watched as the dollar declined, but the prospects for higher interest rates likely kept the market in check. A weak dollar tends to be bullish for raw material prices, but higher real interest rates increase the cost of carrying inventories of commodities. A Winning Quarter During the period from July... more

CQG’s Thom Hartle to Present at The Global Macro Edge Series on November 2 in Las Vegas

Fri, 09/29/2017 - 00:00
Thom Hartle, Director of Application Services at CQG, will be presenting at The Global Macro Edge Series on Thursday, November 2, at The Las Vegas Traders Expo. The Global Macro Edge Series is a one-day event bringing together the contributors of the book, The Global Macro Edge: Maximizing Return Per Unit-of-Risk. John Netto, the author of the book, is a long-time CQG client. The Global Macro Edge features CQG, as well as Netto’s collaboration with Thom Hartle throughout the book. Thom Hartle used his expertise of Excel and CQG  real-time data to customize a number of dashboards that... more

CQG Releases New Functionality and Features, Including Care Orders for Hedge Management

Wed, 09/27/2017 - 00:00
CQG Releases New Features CHICAGO / DENVER, Sept. 27, 2017 – CQG, a leading global provider of high-performance trade routing, market data, and technical analysis tools, announced today a new release of its latest functionality enhancements. This also marks the beginning of a new quarterly release schedule, in addition to CQG’s annual upgrade. CQG’s Chief Technology Officer John Arvanites said: “CQG is continually improving our product suite of superior data, analytics, and trading tools to offer more of the features market participants need and want. This latest release, featuring... more

Calling Bid Ask Data using RTD

Mon, 09/25/2017 - 00:00
CQG charts have a setting called the BATS Charts Preferences. Here, you select what data to use to build the chart. You can use the default setting where the chart is built using trade and settlement data. You can uncheck Use default and elect to build the chart using best bid and best ask data. This is helpful when you are charting deferred contracts that do not trade very often but new bids and asks are being placed in the exchange’s order matching engine. For example, to see just the bids and asks for data, uncheck Use default and select Bid and Ask.... more