Quotemanger settings for ZT,ZF,ZN,ZB

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Quotemanger settings for ZT,ZF,ZN,ZB

Postby aljafp » 05 Dec 2008

hi guys,
Plotting ZT,ZF,ZN,ZB with IB data, what settings should i set for quotemanager ?

thanks

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Re: Quotemanger settings for ZT,ZF,ZN,ZB

Postby Tresor » 01 Jan 2009

hi guys,
Plotting ZT,ZF,ZN,ZB with IB data, what settings should i set for quotemanager ?

thanks


Hello Marina,

Do you think TSS can make us a New Year present and create a table with QuoteManager settings for most frequently traded contracts?

I attach the list of such contracts with their specs.


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Re: Quotemanger settings for ZT,ZF,ZN,ZB

Postby drwar » 01 Jan 2009

hi guys,
Plotting ZT,ZF,ZN,ZB with IB data, what settings should i set for quotemanager ?

thanks


Hello Marina,

Do you think TSS can make us a New Year present and create a table with QuoteManager settings for most frequently traded contracts?

I attach the list of such contracts with their specs.


Regards



Tresor
Your Table looks Old and incorrect Look at NQ. Minimum tick fluctuation for emini NQ is not .5 but .25 just like ES.

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Re: Quotemanger settings for ZT,ZF,ZN,ZB

Postby Tresor » 01 Jan 2009


Tresor
Your Table looks Old and incorrect Look at NQ. Minimum tick fluctuation for emini NQ is not .5 but .25 just like ES.

J~


Hello drwar,

I know the table is outdated. E.g. it says E-mini Russel 2000's Symbol is ER2, while it is TF now.

I took the table from one of brokers' website just for ''the New Year present'' purposes:
http://apexfutures.com/margins.aspx

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Postby drwar » 01 Jan 2009

I just wanted to make sure people knew this, errors in the symbol database can cause your wallet to loose weight.

:-)

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Postby Tresor » 02 Jan 2009

Hi drwar,

Just look what influence this forum can have on brokers. Your and my remarks were immediately taken into account:

http://apexfutures.com/margins.aspx

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Postby drwar » 02 Jan 2009

[quote]Hi drwar,

Just look what influence this forum can have on brokers. Your and my remarks were immediately taken into account:

http://apexfutures.com/margins.aspx[/quote]

:-)


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