Mar 19, 2014

This webinar demonstrates Bell Curve Trading's unique and powerful supply and demand trading methodology using CQG Integrated Client.

Joseph Musolino creates trading strategies with a review of the S&P, gold, and dollar-yen markets,... more

Thom Hartle
Mar 17, 2014

This Microsoft Excel dashboard is used to track the performance of a collection of Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs).

The market information displayed is the last price, net change, the percentage net change heat mapped, and data bars... more

Feb 28, 2014

Watch this video for an overview of charts and studies in CQG QTrader. more

Feb 28, 2014

Watch this video to learn how to use CQG's Study-Following Orders. You can set the DOMTrader to display the same values of a study on the price ladder, such as Bollinger Bands from the chart, and your orders will automatically update as the study... more

Feb 28, 2014

Watch this video to learn how to use CQG Smart Orders in CQG QTrader. Smart Orders include OCO, bracket, DOM-triggered stops, and more. more

Feb 28, 2014

Watch this video to learn how to configure the DOMTrader® in CQG QTrader, including changing themes, setting up notifications, and using keyboard trading. more

Feb 28, 2014

Watch this video to learn about the DOMTrader's features in CQG QTrader, including logging in to the demo vs. trading accounts, understanding each of the drop-down menus, placing and canceling orders, and more. more

Feb 20, 2014

Marcus Kwan introduces CQG M, an HTML5-based mobile app that delivers market data and electronic trading on phones, tablets, PCs, and Macs.

Core Functionality Always at Hand

CQG M has all of the data quality,... more

Thom Hartle
Jan 27, 2014

If you use Windows® 7 and have upgraded to Office 2013, you may have noticed that price updates in your CQG-powered Excel dashboards now look like little slot machine quotes with prices rolling instead of just updating. The reason is that... more

Helmut Mueller
Jan 21, 2014

CQG's market data information breaks down into two types of data: One is study data that can be seen on a chart, such as the high of a market from last week. The other is a label data, which is seen in quote displays, such as the open, high, low... more