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Introduction

The Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed offers historical and real-time market data from various worldwide exchanges. This data feed is fully integrated with the trading services Sierra Chart supports or it can be used independently.

This is a high quality and low latency data feed that provides tick by tick data.

This data feed includes numerous exchanges and can be used for any or all of them at the same time. If only data from the CME Group of exchanges (CME, COMEX, NYMEX, and CBOT) is required, then it is more cost-effective to use the Denali Exchange Data Feed.

If only historical data is required, then use the Sierra Chart Historical Data Service instead.

If Real-Time data is only required from the CME Group of exchanges, then it is more economical to use the Denali Exchange Data Feed instead of this data feed.

The information contained within this page is specific to the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed. For general information that applies to both the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed and the Denali Exchange Data Feed, refer to the Real-Time Exchange Data Feeds Available From Sierra Chart page.

Data Feed Pricing

There are 2 components to the costs for the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed.

  1. The Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed itself which is prorated based upon when the data feed is activated within the month.
  2. The Exchange Fees. These are billed in full each month no matter when they are activated.

The following is the pricing for the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed itself. Exchange fees are an additional cost. Refer to the Supported Exchanges section for the required exchange fees for each exchange.

  • For 100 Real-Time Symbols: 1st connection 35.00 USD/month. 2nd connection 20.00 USD/month. 3rd connection 20.00 USD/month. 4th connection 20.00 USD/month.
  • For 200 Real-Time Symbols: 1st connection 45.00 USD/month. 2nd connection 25.00 USD/month. 3rd connection 25.00 USD/month. 4th connection 25.00 USD/month.
  • For 500 Real-Time Symbols: 1st connection 75.00 USD/month. 2nd connection 40.00 USD/month. 3rd connection 40.00 USD/month. 4th connection 40.00 USD/month.
  • For 20 Real-Time symbols (*Cash* Indices Only): 1st connection 15.00 USD/month. 2nd connection 15.00 USD/month. 3rd connection 15.00 USD/month. 4th connection 15.00 USD/month.
  • For 20 Real-Time Symbols: 1st connection 25.00 USD/month. 2nd connection 20.00 USD/month. 3rd connection 20.00 USD/month. 4th connection 20.00 USD/month.

These prices are in addition to the cost of Sierra Chart which is separately paid for.

When a real-time data connection is activated, the Ending Date will be set to the last day of the month. The billing for each month is prorated from the date on which the connection is activated. Therefore, if you activate the market data feed anytime after the first day of the month, then the amount deducted from your Services Balance will be less than the full amount for the feature.

As long as the market data feed connection(s) is enabled on your account and there is a sufficient Services Balance on your account at the beginning of each month, the Ending Date will be updated to the end of the current month.

If your Sierra Chart account is provided through a Reseller or your Broker, there might be an additional charge. Refer to the Real-Time Data Connections section on the Exchange Data Feed Features for the pricing that applies to your account.

For further information refer to the Understanding Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feeds Pricing and Automatic Renewal section of the Real-Time Exchange Data Feeds Available From Sierra Chart page.

To get started using the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed, follow the Setup Instructions on this page.

Supported Exchanges

The following exchanges are currently available. After each exchange is the exchange fee price from the exchange itself. This does not include the cost of the data feed. For the cost of the data feed, refer to Data Feed Pricing.

Some exchanges have trials for the first month which means there will be no cost for that exchange during the month it was activated in. The following month will be billed at the normal price. To see if a trial is available, refer to the list of exchanges on the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed Features page.

To activate any of these exchanges on your Sierra Chart account, go to the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed Features page. A Real-time Data Connection must also be activated before an exchange can be activated.

Exchange Price (USD/month) Market Depth Trading Account Required (*Info*) Symbol Link
Full CME Group (CME, CBOT, COMEX, NYMEX) with Market Depth for nonprofessional Trading accounts 15.75 USD / month CME, GBLX, CBOT, CBOTM, COMEX, CXMI, NYMEX, NYMI
Full CME Group (CME, CBOT, COMEX, NYMEX) for nonprofessional Trading accounts 3.25 USD / month CME, GBLX, CBOT, CBOTM, COMEX, CXMI, NYMEX, NYMI
CME with Market Depth for nonprofessional Trading accounts 5.25 USD / month CME, GBLX
CME, For professionals and users without a trading account 115.50 USD / month CME, GBLX
CME, For professionals - Netting CME, GBLX
CME E-mini, For professionals and users without a trading account 42.00 USD / month GBLX
CBOT with Market Depth for nonprofessional Trading accounts 5.25 USD / month CBOT, CBOTM
CBOT, For professionals and users without a trading account 115.50 USD / month CBOT, CBOTM
CBOT, For professionals - Netting CBOT, CBOTM
CBOT, mini-sized products only (For users without a trading account) 21.00 USD / month CBOTM
COMEX with Market Depth for nonprofessional Trading accounts 5.25 USD / month COMEX, CXMI
COMEX, For professionals and users without a trading account 115.50 USD / month COMEX, CXMI
COMEX, For professionals - Netting COMEX, CXMI
NYMEX with Market Depth for nonprofessional Trading accounts 5.25 USD / month NYMEX, NYMI
NYMEX, For professionals and users without a trading account 115.50 USD / month NYMEX, NYMI
NYMEX, For professionals - Netting NYMEX, NYMI
ICE USA 115.50 USD / month ICEUS
ICE USA (Professional) 115.50 USD / month ICEUS
ICE Europe 131.25 USD / month ICE, LCE
ICE Europe (Professional) 131.25 USD / month ICE, LCE
Eurex with Market Depth 21.00 USD / month EUREX
Eurex Professional Feed, including Market Depth 84.00 USD / month EUREX
Euronext Futures Indices 57.75 USD / month EUIDX
Euronext Futures Commodities 26.25 USD / month MATIF
LIFFE Futures 115.50 USD / month LIFFE
LIFFE Futures (Professional) 115.50 USD / month LIFFE
S&P Indices 5.25 USD / month S&P Indices
Dow Jones Indices 5.25 USD / month Dow Jones Indices
Dow Jones Indices (Professional) 5.25 USD / month Dow Jones Indices
CBOE Indices 5.25 USD / month CBOE Indices
NASDAQ Indices 5.25 USD / month NASD Indices
U.S. Equities (NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX, BATS) 10.50 USD / month New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, NYSE MKT, BATS
U.S. Equities Professional (NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX) AMEX - 24.00 USD / month billed by the exchange.
NYSE - 50.00 USD / month billed by the exchange.
NASDAQ - 25.00 USD / month billed by Barchart
New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, NYSE MKT
CFE Futures 15.75 USD / month CFE
CFE Futures (Professional) 21.00 USD / month CFE
BATS (NYSE, NASDAQ) 4.25 USD / month BATS
TSX Equities 36.75 USD / month TSX, TSX-V
TSX Equities (Professional) 78.75 USD / month TSX, TSX-V
Montreal Futures 10.50 USD / month MNTRL
BM&F Futures 79.00 USD / month BMF
BM&F Futures with Market Depth 100.00 USD / month BMF
Hong Kong Futures Exchange 16.00 USD / month HKFE
Hong Kong Futures Exchange with Market Depth 23.00 USD / month HKFE

Setup Instructions

Follow the step-by-step instructions below to activate the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed for your account.

Notice: To receive the real-time CME Group futures data at the reduced exchange fees, requires that Sierra Chart is directly connected to one of the following supported futures Trading services and that you have a Live funded account with them: TransAct/Infinity, Interactive Brokers, Rithmic, CTS T4, TT (Trading Technologies) FIX, GAIN Capital (OEC Trader), or CQG. Otherwise, the charts will not update in real time. For additional information on connecting to your live account, refer to Integration with Trading Services.

Real-Time data can be received from all of the other supported exchanges with or without a funded trading account.

At certain steps in the following instructions, depending on your browser, you may get a pop-up message asking the question Are you sure that you wish to continue?. When prompted with this, always select OK.

Be sure to go through all the required sections below that are part of these Setup Instructions. The following sections are all part of these Setup Instructions:

Account Preparation (Sierra Chart Real-Time Exchange Data Feed Setup Instructions)

These are initial steps in the Setup Instructions for the Sierra Chart Real-Time Exchange Data Feed. The purpose of these is to connect to the Sierra Chart website and login to your account, and ensure that your account balance has enough credit.

  1. Login to your account. You can access the Sierra Chart User Control Panel and login from within Sierra Chart, by selecting Help >> Account Control Panel.
  2. Add sufficient credit to the Services Balance on your account to cover the cost of the data feed for the current month. To do this, go to the Add Account Credit page. Refer to the image below. You also need to be sure it is topped up sufficiently before the beginning of the next month to cover the cost of the data feed for the next month. Otherwise, you will lose access to the market data feed service.

Account Details Entry (Sierra Chart Real-Time Exchange Data Feed Setup Instructions)

These steps have you enter the Country, State/Region/Territory, and Futures Broker for your account.

  1. Go to Account Details.
  2. Select the Update Country / State button.
  3. Select your Country in the Country list.
  4. Select the Set Country button.
  5. If prompted to select a State/Territory/Region within the country, then select your region in the Region list. If a region list is not presented, then it is not necessary to enter one for your country, therefore skip the next step if this is the case.
  6. Press the Select State button.
  7. Press the Return to Exchange Data Feed Features Page button.
  8. Select the Set Futures Broker button.
  9. Select your broker's name from the Your primary futures broker list.

    If selecting Other from the list, then enter the name of your broker in the If Other selected, type in the Broker's Name box.

    If you do not have a futures broker, then select "Do not have futures broker". In this particular case you will not be entitled to use the lower-priced CME Group exchange fees.
  10. Select the Continue button.
  11. Select the Return to Exchange Data Feed Features Page button.

Real-Time Data Connections (Sierra Chart Real-Time Exchange Data Feed Setup Instructions)

In this section you will set the maximum number of symbols for which you will be receiving real-time data at the same time and activating the connections needed for the data feed.

The minimum number of symbols is 20 with a maximum of 500. In this section is where you can select the option to just receive data for the Cash Indices. For more information, refer to the Symbol Limits section on this page.

The selection of the number of symbols determines the pricing for the first connection. Additional connections do not change pricing based on the number of symbols.

After selecting the number of symbols, it is required to activate at least one Real-Time Data Connection. It is only necessary to activate more than one connection if more than one installation of Sierra Chart will be receiving the real-time data at the same time. For more information refer to the Connections section on this page.

  1. Go to Real-Time Data Connections.
  2. Select the number of symbols that you require in the Set the number of real-time symbols per connection list.
  3. Select the Confirm button.
  4. Select the Return to Exchange Data Feed Features Page button.
  5. Select the Activate button in the row for the 1st connection.
  6. Select the Activate the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed button.
  7. Select the Activate button.
  8. Select the Return to the Exchange Data Feed Features page button.

Sign the Agreements (Sierra Chart Real-Time Exchange Data Feed Setup Instructions)

This section has you complete and sign data agreements. The required agreements must be completed in order for Real-Time data to be supplied to your Sierra Chart software.

The data agreements have questions related to whether you are considered a Professional or a Non-Professional Trader. If, for some reason, you do not understand whether you should answer a question a particular way based on what you believe your status to be, then stop the Setup process and post your question on the Sierra Chart Support Board.

Once a connection has been activated in the previous set of instructions, you will see a link within the row for that connection that states Agreement needs to be signed. Selecting the link will take you to the Agreements section.

All users of the Sierra Chart Real-Time Exchange Data Feed need to sign the appropriate agreement(s). Use the following table to determine which agreement(s) you need to sign then follow the instructions below the table to open and sign the agreements.

If the NYSE Considers You a: If You Want Real-Time Data From the Following Exchanges: Fill out this/these Agreement(s):
Non-Professional or Professional Any exchanges without the NYSE / NASDAQ / NYSE MKT (AMEX) / BATS
  • Market Data Agreement
Non-Professional NYSE / NASDAQ / NYSE MKT (AMEX) / BATS with or without any other exchanges
  • Market Data Agreement (With US Equities Agreement)
NYSE Professional NYSE / NASDAQ / NYSE MKT (AMEX) / BATS with or without any other exchanges
  • Market Data Agreement (With US Equities Agreement)
  • NYSE Professional Subscriber Agreement

Market Data Agreement (Sierra Chart Real-Time Exchange Data Feed Setup Instructions >> Agreements)

This section contains the instructions to complete the Market Data Agremeent. These instructions should only be completed if the table above specifies that you need to fill out the Market Data Agreement.

When selecting the Market Data Agreement link, a new webpage will open with the form to be filled in electronically.

Follow these instructions to complete the Market Data Agreement:

  1. Select the link in the Exchange Agreements section of the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed Features page for the Market Data Agreement.
  2. Review the information and fill in the form as appropriate. Select the button in the bottom right corner of each page to move forward and/or finish the document.

Market Data Agreement (With US Equities Agreement) (Sierra Chart Real-Time Exchange Data Feed Setup Instructions >> Agreements)

This section contains the instructions to complete the Market Data Agreement (With US Equities Agreement). These instructions should only be completed if the table above specifies that you need to fill out the Market Data Agreement (With US Equities Agreement).

When selecting the Market Data Agreement (With US Equities Agreement) link, a new webpage will open with the form to be filled in electronicall.

Follow these instructions to complete the Market Data Agreement (With US equities Agreement):

  1. Select the link in the Exchange Agreements section of the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed Features page for the Market Data Agreement (With US Equities Agreement).
  2. Review the information and fill in the form as appropriate. Select the button in the bottom right corner of each page to move forward and/or finish the document.

NYSE Professional Subscribers Agreement (Sierra Chart Real-Time Exchange Data Feed Setup Instructions >> Agreements)

This section contains the instructions to complete the NYSE Professional Subscriber Agreement. These instructions should only be completed if the table above specifies that you need to fill out the NYSE Professional Subscriber Agreement.

When selecting the NYSE Professional Subscriber Agreement link, a PDF copy of the document will open/download (depending on browser settings). This form will need to be completed and faxed or e-mailed to the locations given on the document.

Follow these instructions to complete the NYSE Professional Subscriber Agreement.

  1. Select the link in the Exchange Agreements section of the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed Features page for the NYSE Professional Subscriber Agreement.
  2. Depending on your browser settings, this will either open a PDF document or save it to a location on your computer.
  3. Open the PDF document if it is not automatically opened.
  4. Fill out the document by entering the information directly into the PDF on your computer. Most fields are available for entry except for signature and initials.
  5. Print a hard-copy of the document.
  6. Sign and initial the appropriate places in the document, these sections cannot be filled in electronically.
  7. E-mail or fax the document to the appropriate location as given within the document itself.

Activate the Exchanges (Sierra Chart Real-Time Exchange Data Feed Setup Instructions)

This section gives instructions to activate the specific exchanges for which Real-Time data is desired.

The cost for the exchanges is in addition to the cost for the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed Connections. Therefore, it is necessary to have a sufficient Services Balance on your account to cover the cost of the Exchanges that will be activated.

You will not receive real-time data for symbols on exchanges that are not activated.

Some exchanges offer a trial for the first month they are activated in. This trial ends at the end of the month, so is not necessarily a full month. Refer to the image below to see where this information is located on the selection of an Exchange.

Be aware that Exchange fees are billed in full for a month, no matter what date within the month they are enabled in (the exchange fees are not pro-rated).

Follow these instructions to activate the desired exchanges:

  1. Go to the Exchanges section of the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed Features page to select the exchanges for which you want to receive streaming real-time data.
  2. Select the Activate button for an exchange for which you want to receive streaming real-time data.
  3. Select the Activate button to confirm the exchange.
  4. Select the Return to Exchange Data Feed Features page button.

Sierra Chart Software Instructions (Sierra Chart Real-Time Exchange Data Feed Setup Instructions)

This section of the instructions covers the setup within the Sierra Chart software in order to receive the Real-Time data that has been setup in the previous steps.

Follow these instructions to setup your Sierra Chart software:

  1. Start Sierra Chart.
  2. Update Sierra Chart by selecting Help >> Download Current Version. It is important to be running a current version of Sierra Chart for proper access to the data feed.
  3. Complete the installation process by following the Fast Update instructions.
  4. Within Sierra Chart, select Global Settings >> Symbol Settings. Press the Update From Server button. Wait for the button to reenable and then press OK.
  5. Select Global Settings >> Data/Trade Service Settings.
  6. Enable the Allow Support for Sierra Chart Data Feeds option. Refer to the image below.


    If, at any time, you do not want to use the Sierra Chart Real-Time and Historical Exchange Data Feed, then uncheck Allow Support for Sierra Chart Data Feeds and reconnect to the data feed with File >> Disconnect and File >> Connect to Data Feed, to use your Trading service provided data feed.
  7. In the Service list box in Global Settings >> Data/Trade Service Settings, select one of the supported Trading services (identified by [trading] at the end), to have the market data feed integrated with the Trading service you are using.

    Do not use SC Data - All Services if the intent is to use this market data feed while trading from Sierra Chart. You need to set Sierra Chart to use your Trading service and the data feed will be automatically used.



    To access the market data feed independent of a Trading account, you need to set the Service to SC Data - All Services. However, refer to the next paragraph below because this will not work with CME exchanges which have reduced exchange fees.


    To access the CME, CBOT, NYMEX, and COMEX real-time data when using one of the CME exchanges which have reduced exchange fees, you must connect at least once a month to one of the Trading services that supports futures trading. There are several to choose from. Forex only services do not apply in this case. For additional information, refer to Integration with Trading Services.
  8. Press the SC Server Settings button. Set the Max Depth Levels to the maximum number of market depth levels you want to receive. In order to minimize bandwidth and latency, set this number as low as you require. If it is set to zero (0), all market depth levels will be provided. We recommend starting with a setting of 50 or less to ensure that there are no issues with latency.
  9. Press OK to close the Data/Trading Service Settings window.
  10. Select File >> Disconnect on the menu.
  11. Wait 3 minutes to ensure that the authorizations from the data feed have been received.
  12. Select File >> Connect to Data Feed to connect to the data and trade server. To receive real-time data you need to be successfully connected.
  13. Open a Chart or Trade DOM through File >> Find Symbol. Select one of the symbols supported by your Trading service. Press Open Historical Chart, Open Intraday Chart, or Open Trading DOM.

    Each Data and Trading Service uses different symbols. Therefore, it is essential for Charts, Trade DOMs, and Quote Boards to use the symbols in File >> Find Symbol which match the particular service you are using.

    The market data feed into the chart or Trade DOM will now be from the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed if you have enabled the exchange that the symbol trades on. Existing chart and Trade DOM windows that use symbols supported by your Trading service will be receiving this data feed as well if you have enabled the exchange that those symbol trade on.
  14. You will know that this data feed is being used when you see an [M] indicator after the Symbol on the top line of the chart or Trade DOM. Refer to the image below.
  15. If you do not see an [M] indicator after the symbol on the chart and you have activated the exchange the symbol is on, then symbol mapping may need to be set up by Sierra Chart support. In this case, contact Sierra Chart Support and let us know what specific symbols you do not see this indicator for.
  16. You may want to re-download the data in your charts to get the best quality of data into the charts. You can do that by going to the chart and selecting Edit >> Delete All Data and Download. You only need to do this once for each symbol and chart type (Historical or Intraday). You should only do this for charts that have an [M] after the symbol, since those are the ones that are using this new data feed.

Additional Connections - Optional (Siera Chart Real-Time Exchange Data Feed Setup Instructions)

This section is for enabling more than one data feed connection.

This is an optional set of instructions that only needs to be completed if the Sierra Chart software will be accessing the Sierra Chart Real-Time Exchange Data Feed from multiple computers at the same time.

Each additional connection has an additional cost.

It is necessary to complete all of the previous steps prior to setting up an additional connection.

To setup a second, third, or fourth data connection, follow these instructions:

  1. Go to Data Connections on the Sierra Chart Real-Time Exchange Data Feed Features page.
  2. If two installations of Sierra Chart will be used to access the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed simultaneously, then select the Activate button in the row for the 2nd connection.
  3. Select the Activate button.
  4. Select the Return to the Exchange Data Feed Features page button
  5. If a third or fourth connection to the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed is required, then repeat steps 1 through 4, activating the 3rd and then 4th connections as necessary.

This service is provided in cooperation with Barchart Inc. Market data is delivered through Sierra Chart software and hardware technology and uses direct CME connectivity.

Symbol Limits

The Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed has a limit on the number of real-time symbols that can be received concurrently. The number of symbols is controlled by a list box option in the Real-Time Data Connections section on the Exchange Data Feed Features page. For pricing for the different levels, refer to Data Feed Pricing.

The Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed only allows for a selection of a maximum of 500 symbols concurrently. If you require more real-time symbols than 500, let us know and we can create custom pricing based on the total number of symbols needed.

Connections

Each running copy of Sierra Chart uses a separate connection to the Sierra Chart Data Feeds. Additional copies of Sierra Chart, whether running on the same system or another system, require a separate connection. Up to three total connections are possible. Each additional connection has an additional charge.

When more than one instance/copy of Sierra Chart is trying to connect to the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed at the same time and the number of connections has exceeded the number of connections you have paid for, Sierra Chart will not be able to connect and you will see this message in the Sierra Chart Message Log: Limited to one connection per username for the requested data source..

If you have paid for only one real-time connection to the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed, additional instances/copies of Sierra Chart which you also want to use the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed with, will only be able to connect to the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed if you have paid for additional connections. So you will need to pay for additional connections as you require. Alternatively, you can disable the use of the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed in an instance of Sierra Chart by following the instructions in Using Trading Service Provided Data Feed.

To activate additional real-time data connections, go to the Exchange Data Feed Features Real-Time Data Connections section and activate additional connections.

After activating an additional real-time data connection on your Sierra Chart account you might need to restart Sierra Chart for it to get the updated settings for this connection.

There is one exception to what is described above. Stock data from the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed uses a different network connection compared to Futures and Index data. This is done for performance reasons. Therefore, it is possible to receive Futures and Index data from the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed in one instance of Sierra Chart and Stock data also from the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed using another instance of Sierra Chart.

Stock Symbols

When you have activated a stock exchange like US Equities or BATS Exchange, you will not see the symbols listed in File >> Find Symbol. They need to be manually entered.

To manually enter a symbol, select File >> Find Symbol and type the symbol into the Selected Symbol box and press either Open Historical Chart or Open Intraday Chart.

Stock symbols need to be entered as they are listed on the Sierra Chart Real-time and Historical Exchange Data Feed Symbols Stock Symbols page.

When using the BATS exchange, add .BZ to the end of the symbol. Example: AA.BZ. NASDAQ and NYSE symbols are supported with the BATS Exchange. When using the BATS exchange, data is only from 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM US Eastern time. There is no premarket or post-market trading on that exchange.

The following Services in Sierra Chart selected through Global Settings >> Data/Trade Service Settings >> Service, support using the US Equities or BATS exchange symbols when you have activated one of these exchanges on your account. This provides seamless integration of the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed with any of these services:

  • CQG Web API
  • FXCM FIX Trading
  • Interactive Brokers
  • GAIN Capital (OEC Trader)
  • Rithmic Trading
  • SC Data - All Services
  • TransAct Trading
  • SC Order Routing Service

Stock Index Premiums

The Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed provides stock index premium symbols. These symbols calculate the difference between the futures price and the cash index price.

To receive data for these premiums, it is necessary to activate and pay for the Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed. Refer to the Introduction section on this page for more information.

In addition, you need to activate the particular futures exchange as well as the cash indices exchange for the symbols the calculations are done from.

Refer to the image below.

For example, to get data for ESZ19-$INX you need to activate the Full CME Group (CME, CBOT, COMEX, NYMEX) for nonprofessional Trading accounts (assuming you have a supported futures trading account) and S&P Indices exchanges.

If you do not have a supported futures trading account, then you would need to activate the higher cost CME E-mini, For professionals and users without a trading account exchange instead of Full CME Group.

What is Included

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Integration with Trading Services

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Connecting Only Once a Month to Trading Account to Support CME Group Exchange Fees

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Understanding Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed Pricing and Automatic Renewal

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Using Trading Service Provided Data Feed

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Behavior When Lost Connection to Trading Service When Using Sierra Chart Exchange Data Feed

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Restarting Sierra Chart for Updated Settings

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Automatic or Manual Deactivation of Data Feed

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Understanding and Accessing Data From the CME, CBOT, NYMEX, COMEX Exchanges

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Adding Support for CME Market Depth Data

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Viewing Activated Exchane Data Feed Features within Message Log

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Cash Indexes

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Exchange Traded Spreads

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Futures Options

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Determining Problem of Exchange Data Feed Not Being Received through Message Log Analysis

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Low Bandwidth Option

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*Last modified Thursday, 05th December, 2019.