Thom Hartle
Dec 20, 2016

A common request is an RTD formula to pull historical settlement prices for a particular market. There is a “Contract Data” RTD formula for settlement:

=RTD("CQG.RTD", ,"ContractData", "CLE", "Settlement",, "T")

However, “... more

Marcus Kwan
Dec 09, 2016

Here are some of the exciting new features in CQG M version 2.8, available on demo and production now.

Go flat: Go flat for a single symbol is now available in the HOT widget. Order info: In the order pop-up and in the HOT grid, you can now... more
Thom Hartle
Dec 06, 2016

CQG Integrated Client and CQG QTrader customers can pull the time the high and low occurred during today’s session into a Microsoft Excel® spreadsheet using these RTD formulas:

=RTD("CQG.RTD", ,"ContractData", "EP", "HighTime",, "T")... more

Andy Hecht
Dec 01, 2016

An election is always a time of uncertainty; however, when an incumbent’s term ends and the election for a new and unknown leader occurs, it often leads to an increase in volatility. The 2016 election was one of the most contentious, hard-fought... more

Dec 01, 2016

We launched a new customer forum site earlier this year. CQG Forums is an online community for our customers to engage with our support teams, product specialists, and other customers to learn more about CQG products and services. Customers can... more

Thom Hartle
Nov 28, 2016

With the addition of the Footprint® Charts and Studies by MarketDelta to CQG Integrated Client and CQG QTrader, customers can pull volume data traded by price into Excel.

To pull in the data, we used the RTD formula:

=... more

Thom Hartle
Nov 23, 2016

This Microsoft Excel® dashboard scans the options on the Eurodollar futures market for volume and ranks the traded volume for each expiry out to three years. The scan covers options traded ten strikes above and below the at-the money option. Then... more

Helmut Mueller
Nov 23, 2016

This custom study produces seven horizontal lines on a chart: today's open, high, and low; yesterday’s high and low; and today’s high and low for the opening balance. We often receive requests for one or more of these lines, so we have combined... more

Thom Hartle
Nov 21, 2016

Pull historical CVB data into Microsoft Excel® using RTD formulas with this sample spreadsheet. It not only pulls open, high, low, and close values into Excel, but also a study, the Relative Strength Index.

To pull in the data,... more

Thom Hartle
Nov 17, 2016

Pull historical spread data into Microsoft Excel® using RTD formulas with this sample spreadsheet. It not only pulls open, high, low, and close values into Excel, but also a study, the simple moving average of the spread.

To pull... more