CQG Integrated Client 2014: Faster, Smarter, with More Charts & Features

Denver, CO, April 15, 2014 - CQG, Inc. has released the newest version of CQG Integrated Client (CQG IC): version 2014 (CQG 2014). This latest iteration of the company's flagship platform includes new analytic and data visualization features, broadened global market data coverage, trade execution enhancements, and performance improvements across the whole product.

CQG 2014 key features include:

  • Improved multi-core support resulting in the highest-performance experience to date
  • Updated analytics calculation infrastructure allowing studies and conditions to be calculated up to 100% faster
  • Several new chart types, including Heikin-Ashi, Renko, Range Bars, and Sub-Minute Bar charts
  • A chart tabs feature that helps traders unclutter their workspace by consolidating multiple chart windows into one window
  • Enhancements to Signal Evaluator, CQG's powerful backtesting module, that allow traders to evaluate any technical condition using historical bar data as well as access new signal performance statistics

"Thanks to successful collaboration with our customers, the newest version of CQG is continuing its evolution as the complete toolkit for the professional trader. This version has faster performance with improved multi-core support, new server-side yield execution, and a significantly improved workflow through tabs, portfolio monitoring, and tighter integration between analytics and trading," Josef Schroeter, President of CQG, said. "We have looked forward to making this version available to our customers and continuing to support their success."

The new version also includes the following enhancements to CQG Spreader, CQG's server-side order management and trade execution platform for spread traders:

  • CQG Spreader can now lean on the entire book (DOM) rather than just the best bid/offer, so orders can be left in the market when there is not enough top-level liquidity.
  • Server-side yield calculations make spreading fixed income products more efficient.
  • Market data can be shown as decimals or fractions in all displays and charts. Traders can set the decimal separator, round fractions, and configure yield precision. They can take their orders off the market and then place them back with a single click.
  • Customers have the ability to see the price of a particular option before they place an order.