Summary from today’s 2 hour of Emini Micro vs Cryptocurrency

(Last Updated On: November 16, 2019)

Here is the Summary from today’s 2 hour webinar video on Emini micros vs crypto

  1. XLQ for screen in anything to trigger signals
  2. Crypto moves fast but you could do sub minute analusis with Binance
  3. EMini Micros move slowly but are more stable in percent changes
  4. Different strategy development with Emini Micro using MotiveWave platform
  5. So much more I kind of forget

A note about the Barchart.com API request. You can up 400 requests for free with it.

https://www.barchart.com/ondemand/free-market-data-api

https://www.barchart.com/ondemand/api/getLeaders

The cost to get IQFeed CME Emini service add on is $46/month. Cheap!

As for Interactive Brokersm the CME Floor Trade may get you access to the Emini Micros ? I need to confirm. It is:

CME Floor Based*United StatesUSD 35.00

https://www.interactivebrokers.ca/en/accounts/fees/marketData.php?ib_entity=ca

This would be for those that do not meet the standard mimimum for free data on IB

This is just one sample of many weekly webinar sessions we do.

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