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Thom Hartle
Jan 19, 2021
Updated: Jan 19, 2021

Perhaps you are pulling market data into Microsoft Excel using RTD functions from CQG and you would like to chart the data in Excel. When you setup the chart you would likely use “Auto” for the high and low values for scaling the vertical axis.... more

Thom Hartle
Jun 08, 2017
Updated: Jan 11, 2021

This macro-enabled Microsoft Excel® spreadsheet tracks the holdings of the SPDR® S&P® Biotech ETF (symbol: XBI).

Throughout the trading session, the individual stocks are dynamically ranked. The main display shows the top and bottom... more

Thom Hartle
May 03, 2017
Updated: Dec 29, 2020

This macro-enabled Microsoft Excel® spreadsheet tracks the holdings of the Invesco S&P 500® Equal Weight Technology ETF (symbol: RYT). This ETF seeks to replicate, before fees and expenses, the performance of the S&P 500® Equal Weight... more

Thom Hartle
Jun 18, 2018
Updated: Dec 22, 2020

This Microsoft Excel® dashboard presents two charts of the Nasdaq-100 futures contract and market data for the one hundred stocks that are constituents of the Nasdaq 100 Index.

The chart in the top left corner displays... more

Thom Hartle
Aug 06, 2020
Updated: Aug 06, 2020

CQG has added the USDA Crop Progress weekly report to the USDA data offering. This weekly report is very important to traders and analysts in the agricultural markets. Published during the growing season (April to November) the report details... more

Thom Hartle
Dec 12, 2017
Updated: Jul 29, 2020

CQG offers a collection of conditions you can use to mark points on a chart when the condition is met. In addition, you can create your own custom conditions. You can easily bring conditions into Excel using RTD formulas. Excel displays a 1... more

Thom Hartle
Jul 28, 2020
Updated: Jul 28, 2020

Imagine that today the 20 day correlation between the E-mini S&P 500 futures contract (symbol: EP) and the Crude Oil Contract (symbol: CLE) is 0.82. Now, is that a typical value or an unusual value? To gauge the reading you would look at a... more

Thom Hartle
Oct 23, 2017
Updated: Jul 17, 2020

There are numerous Excel samples that walk you through bringing various market data into Excel using RTD formulas. However, there is a lot to look through. One solution is to use the CQG Formula Builder. You can right-click a study, hover your... more

Thom Hartle
Mar 30, 2015
Updated: Jan 29, 2020

If you use RTD formulas for data from the options markets, then Excel will pull data using your settings in CQG, such as the options model you have selected. An RTD formula for implied volatility will pull the Implied Volatility (IV) for the... more

Thom Hartle
Apr 10, 2018
Updated: Aug 30, 2019

This article walks through the details of using three Microsoft Excel® functions: RANK, COUNTIF, and VLOOUP. These functions are used to build an Excel dashboard that automatically ranks a collection of markets based on percent net change and... more