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Date/Time: Sat, 13 Apr 2024 01:12:17 +0000

SIM trading with delayed data (Sp 5 or Sp 11?)

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[2022-09-06 18:07:34]
User217328 - Posts: 2
Hello, hope you are doing well. I ve heard alot of good words about your platform looking forward to start using it.
So I want to sim trade ES. I ve read that its possible to do it with delayed data.
1. What package should I choose for SIM trading with delayed data feed in order to be able to use ES futures, DOM, tape, footprint chart and simple candlesticks?
2. Are there any differences between Spackage 5 and Spackage 11 regarding usage of DELAYED EXCHANGE DATA FEED? If yes what are those?
3. Can you tell me how much it would cost in total for me to SIM trade DELAYED DATA - I pay for service package and thats it? Trading sim only internaly with sierra chart account?

Thank you in advance for answers. Best regards!
[2022-09-07 14:54:34]
John - SC Support - Posts: 30833
1. You would want to be on Package 5.

2. There are no differences between Packages 5 and 11 for what you are referring to (sim trading with delayed data). But Package 11 is only necessary if you are going to be making an external connection (such as to a trading service) or if you need real-time data from our Denali Exchange Data Feed. Therefore, you do not need Package 11, just package 5.

3. The total is just the cost of the software, which would be $36.00 per month for Package 5 (or less if you sign up for multiple months). The Delayed Streaming data is at no cost when you have an active package.

In addition to our internal Simulation Mode, we also offer a Simulated Futures Trading Service which works with the delayed data and is also available at no cost. It is a little more realistic simulation environment than the internal simulation mode. Refer to the information here:
Simulated Futures Trading Service
For the most reliable, advanced, and zero cost futures order routing, use the Teton service:
Sierra Chart Teton Futures Order Routing

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