dxFeed Partners With Optimus Flow To Deliver Market Data

dxFeed Partners With Optimus Futures To Deliver Market Data To Optimus Flow


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dxFeed, a leading provider of data services for the Capital Markets industry, and Optimus Futures have partnered to deliver full market depth and low-latency historical data for the CME, NYMEX, COMEX, CBOT and EUREX exchanges.

dxFeed’s market data and data management solutions is now fully integrated with the Optimus Futures trading platform – Optimus Flow, a combination that provides day traders with a high-standard data for their charts and DOM, along with fast execution.

Optimus Flow’s modern and easy-to-operate trading interface appeals to both beginner and experienced traders alike due to its advanced features and ability to configure custom set-ups and start trading in minutes. Now traders who use order-flow can get accurate data from the exchanges via dxFeed and build methods using the platform’s volume analysis tools.

Optimus Flow is a free platform with sophisticated features not available in other paid  platforms that charge for basic order execution and charting.

About dxFeed

dxFeed is a leading provider of data services for the Capital Markets industry and the Best Analytics and Technology Provider, according to Waters Technology 2020 IMD & IRD awards honors.

dxFeed’s primary focus is delivering financial markets information and services to buy-side and sell-side institutions of the global financial industry, specifically to traders, data analysts, quants and portfolio managers.

dxFeed today is

– 6+ million end-users through direct and B2B2C relationships

– 200,000+ simultaneous streaming clients

– 2.5+ million Instruments

Financial data is delivered from a variety of exchanges in North America, Europe and around the world. dxFeed infrastructure spans 6 data centers in the US and EMEA regions with additional worldwide coverage through AWS cloud infrastructure.

Visit dxFeed.com to learn more.

There is a substantial risk of loss in futures trading. Past performance is not indicative of future results.

Notable Replies

  1. I’ve been using this the past week (thanks @Mod-JakeM for setting me up with this) . It is very fast in Europe!

    If anybody is using Order Flow or analysing tick data in Optimus Flow, I would highly recommend trying dxFeed to provide the historical and backfill data. Rithmic and CQG have quite low data quotas and this can cause Optimus Flow to choke at times if using tools like Custom Volume Profile or the cluster charts over longer time periods, or if you switch between timeframes and assets a lot.

    dxFeed seems to solve this problem!

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