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Thom Hartle
Sep 30, 2015
Updated: Sep 14, 2018

This Microsoft Excel® spreadsheet uses RTD market data functions that call the daily open, high, low, and close by dates to automatically update the bottom of the table with today's market data. You can enter a start date and, going forward, each... more

Thom Hartle
Sep 15, 2016
Updated: Sep 14, 2018

The Microsoft Excel® RTD Studies sample offers a collection of RTD CQG study formulas applied to the Bar chart type. If you want to use other chart types, such as no gap or constant volume bars, then the solution is to include the chart type... more

Thom Hartle
Dec 06, 2016
Updated: Sep 14, 2018

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", "... more

Thom Hartle
Feb 27, 2017
Updated: Sep 14, 2018

This article shows RTD formulas for pulling values into Microsoft Excel® that are a study applied to a study.

A common use of Excel with CQG is to pull in study data, such as the average true range study:

= RTD("cqg.rtd",,"... more

Thom Hartle
Apr 24, 2017
Updated: Sep 14, 2018

CQG customers who create their own custom studies can easily use RTD to pull custom study values into Excel.

There are only two unique requirements in the RTD formula for a custom study: first, include the “^” sign in the custom study... more

Thom Hartle
Jun 14, 2017
Updated: Sep 14, 2018

Some traders want to see their current open trade equity (OTE) and closed out trades (P&L) based on yesterday’s settlement, not the original price when the trade was opened. In DOMTrader's Trading Preferences, under Trading Display, you... more

Thom Hartle
Jul 20, 2017
Updated: Sep 14, 2018

In this article, we outline how to pull historical market data into Excel while excluding data from days when the market was in a holiday session.

Holiday sessions are trading dates, but not clearing dates. Holiday session data is... more

Thom Hartle
Jun 07, 2018
Updated: Jun 07, 2018

You can easily hide things unnecessary items in Microsoft Excel® to open up more screen real estate. All of my published CQG-powered Excel dashboards show you an image. You may have also noticed that the Excel ribbon, formula bar, and column/row... more

Thom Hartle
Sep 08, 2017
Updated: Sep 08, 2017

Customers who use Microsoft Excel® when following the markets can easily populate their Excel spreadsheet with RTD formulas using CQG's Quote SpreadSheet (QSS) 2.0.

To open QSS 2.0, click the Quote button on the application toolbar, then... more

Thom Hartle
Jun 28, 2017
Updated: Jun 28, 2017

RTD formulas for chart types and studies can include the same parameter settings used in your CQG continuation charts. In the RTD formula the continuation parameters are entered in the “time interval" field and the choice to equalize the... more