Impact of Level 10 on CME for futures trading

(Last Updated On: November 11, 2015)
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Impact of Level 10 on CME for futures trading

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I was told that does not exist but I need to verify it through IQ feed

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I was told that does not exist but I need to verify it through IQ feed

[12:03:27 PM] Bryan Downing:
[12:03:43 PM] Bryan Downing: Just OTC and. NASDAQ through I Q feet
[12:03:57 PM] Bryan Downing: Iqfeed

[12:04:20 PM] Bryan Downing: Not a priority but could be useful
[12:04:59 PM] Bryan Downing: Some other exchanges may offerfor it but you need to have direct access

[12:07:08 PM] Bryan Downing: ‘m not sure if it exists but you may need to be on the exchange
[12:07:15 PM] Bryan Downing: Very expensive

[12:08:48 PM] Bryan Downing:
[12:09:07 PM] Bryan Downing: Up to 10 levels on cme
[12:09:30 PM] Bryan Downing: 10 levels I have verified from various HFT shops that level nine exists
[12:09:39 PM] Bryan Downing: Now I know where and how

[12:12:51 PM] Bryan Downing: It could help for historical
[12:12:57 PM] Bryan Downing: Euro dollar?

Pending length of history you’ll pay six digits

Ok I have never ventured down this path and very few do

I have no idea but you need to access the exchanges set of info on what’s available

No we’re talking dark pool pool stuff

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