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Date/Time: Fri, 27 Jan 2023 08:55:26 +0000

Question about data and what is provided with service package 11

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[2022-11-27 01:04:37]
Caden - Posts: 1
Hello, I am contacting about a few questions I have had regarding services and data. I tried scrolling through everything I could to find an answer on this, but it all just left me confused. I was looking at purchasing the service package 11 for 6 month since it came with the Denali Data, but as I dig further into it to me it started to seem like there was no actual real time data provided that was useful to me within that service package and I would still be paying for the data for each exchange I was looking to use. I personally planned on using two instances of this software one of them were for my main chart which is ES and then the other instance to run 4 different charts in my chartbook to monitor the rest the market on. Throughout the day I am constantly monitoring DXY, VIX, ES, NQ, all the SPY holdings/sectors, S&P 500, SPY, TNX, TLT and a few others. What I started noticing when I was about to purchase is that even with the provided Denali Data Feed with the service package 11 I would still haft to go through and purchase the data for CME, Nasdaq Totalview, IceUS and all of the other data connections that would make what I watch available real time which would end up costing hundreds, so I just wanted to make sure this is all correct before going through with my purchase because just having to pay for the service package and having to pay for the service package along with all the other data I would be needing is a huge difference when it comes to the cost. I will provide an attached file which I have exported from my current charting platform that has a list of my watchlist if you wouldn't mind taking a look at it and telling me if I would need to purchase all the extra data or if it at least some of it comes with the real time data for some of the symbols I watch. I appreciate the help in advance and I hope I made my question clear enough to understand.
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[2022-11-28 01:22:24]
Sierra_Chart Engineering - Posts: 6328
For stocks you would use the Denali Data Feed and the NASDAQ TotalView exchange:
Denali Exchange Data Feed: Supported Exchanges (Exchange Fees)

For real-time ES futures you would use the Denali Data Feed and the CME top of book nonprofessional exchange:
Denali Exchange Data Feed: Supported Exchanges (Exchange Fees)

However, for real time CME futures data you need a funded trading account. Refer to:

Real-Time Exchange Data Feeds Available From Sierra Chart: Understanding and Accessing Data From the CME, CBOT, NYMEX, COMEX Exchanges (very important to read)

This data feed has the US dollar index:
Sierra_Chart Market Statistics

And there is also the Forex and CFD data:
Sierra_Chart Real Time and Historical Forex and CFD Data Service

All these data feeds are included with our service packages 10, 11, 12 and can be accessed in a single instance of Sierra Chart:
Description of Service Packages and Pricing

If you just require delayed data for ES futures, then you can use Service Package 3. And use our delayed data feed:
Delayed Exchange Data Feed

For the volatility index there are different ways of accessing that. We have this data through a CFD, and volatility index futures.
Sierra Chart Support - Engineering Level

Your definitive source for support. Other responses are from users. Try to keep your questions brief and to the point. Be aware of support policy:

For the most reliable, advanced, and zero cost futures order routing, use the Teton service:
Sierra Chart Teton Futures Order Routing
Date Time Of Last Edit: 2022-11-28 01:24:33

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