MCFX Data Feed subscription for Multichart

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pricerxl
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MCFX Data Feed subscription for Multichart

Postby pricerxl » 21 Sep 2006

I want to use Multichart with a good forex data Feed (MCFX data feed seem to be good, providing extensive historical datas) but I don't want only FX. I want to see Futures and Stocks too (from eSignal, OpenTick, IB, ...).

Is it possible to Mix MCFX Data Feed with eSignal or OpenTick ?

Is there a Forex data feed only subscription for MC owners ?

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Alex Kramer
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Postby Alex Kramer » 21 Sep 2006

No, the datafeed used by MCFX is not and will not be available for MultiCharts.

pricerxl
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Postby pricerxl » 21 Sep 2006

OK ... so second (evident) question ...

Does MCFX is only "lock" for FX data Stream or can I connect it to IB or eSignal like Multichart ? I trade not only Forex but Futures and stocks too ...

So does MCFX could be see as a "super" multichart or as a "sub" multichart ?

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Alex Kramer
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Postby Alex Kramer » 25 Sep 2006

MCFX is a "special" Forex-only version of MultiCharts if that's what you want to know; it does not provide the freedom of data vendor choice

pricerxl
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Postby pricerxl » 25 Sep 2006

Ok so to trade FX, Stocks and Futures I need to subscribe to MCFX AND to buy Multicharts : $399 one time + $99/month ?

Chris
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Postby Chris » 25 Sep 2006

Ok so to trade FX, Stocks and Futures I need to subscribe to MCFX AND to buy Multicharts : $399 one time + $99/month ?


If you go with Multicharts you can use every datafeed supported by MC. So you just use your regular datavendor's forex feed with MultiCharts and you'll have all in one platform.


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