Oscillator studies are a part of most traders’ and analysts’ approaches to analyzing the markets. Oscillators calculate differences between prices, which detrends the price data. In this post, the… more

Thom Hartle

Each Wednesday this article will be updated with the current seasonal study using CQG's Seasonal analysis applied to the Soybean, Wheat and Corn markets. You can download the CQG pac providing the… more

You can add a comment to an order when you confirm the order. In order to enter comments, select via Trading Preferences/Confirmations setting. For more information, please read the Help File.… more

The Volume Profile study displays the total volume in VP header. To enable the feature select "Total" from the Study Parameters->Display->Bars-Display). For more details, please read the… more

The DMACDP is a derivative of the MACD with specific inputs. It is a leading indicator as it places a point one period ahead of the current bar and updates in real time as market data unfolds. For… more

Thom Hartle

Each Wednesday this article will be updated with the current seasonal study using CQG's Seasonal analysis applied to the Soybean, Wheat and Corn markets. You can download the CQG pac providing the… more

Thom Hartle

The LAMBDA function is used to create reusable custom functions, which can be called using a "friendly" name. As an introduction to using the LAMBDA function, a previous post detailed using the… more

 

What were the key theme(s) for your business in 2023?

A number of themes were central to our success in 2023. They include reliability, our CQG Execution Technologies offering… more

Thom Hartle

Each Wednesday this article will be updated with the current seasonal study using CQG's Seasonal analysis applied to the Soybean, Wheat and Corn markets. You can download the CQG pac providing the… more

Thom Hartle

Microsoft Excel 2016 introduced the IFS function. This function can replace using nested IF functions. Below is an example of nested IF functions:

=IF(N2=0,"#",IF(N2=1,"#.0",IF(N2=2,"#.00",… more