Looking for an commodity data provider

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Looking for an commodity data provider

Hi

I am india based trading in MCX.

Until now I used Forexpros.

Recently started studying Pitchfork method, so am planning to join ensign software.

I am looking for a data provider, who can provide either RT or delayed data for Global markets for

gold, silver, copper and crude.

Which exchanges am I supposed to subscribe to ?

Ensign seems to recommend DTN, TraderBytes, esignal and barcharts.

Thanks in advance for any help.

I subscribed to esignal for COMEX and data was not coming through properly so I cancelled.

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Just sign up for

Just sign up for ThinkorSwim and use their platform for your real time data.

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Interactive data

Hi, thanks for the thinkorswim recommendation.

How about Interactive data ?

Esign software seems to accept interactive data

Any idea what is the account opening and account maintenance fees in case you dont trade on their account.

http://www.ensignsoftware.com/

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interactive BrOKERS

Sorry about the post above.

I meant interactive BROKERS ?

Any idea what is the account opening and maintenance charges with them.

I could request one of my US based friends to do it for me.

He is planning to start trading but wants to spend 5-6 months studying technical analysis.

thanks

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guys how about this software,

guys

how about this software, also available in mac, so more suitable for me

http://www.xtick.com

Realtime feeds:
FOREX, US Stocks CFD
CME Globex futures
(uncluding E-mini futures)
NYSE Stocks (coming soon)

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btw, if I need RT feeds for Gold, silver, copper and Crude, just like we get on FOREXPROS

which exchanges do I need to subscribe to ?

COMEX or CME or NYMEX (i think they are for crude)

thanks

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perhaps you should shun the

perhaps you should shun the digital games, and just accumulate physical?

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*bump* bumping the thread

*bump*

bumping the thread guys - need some help.

If i need RT quotes on commodities, just like the ones on Forexpros, on my Amibroker and Ensign, which exchanges do I need to subscribe to  ?

I am from india myself, so bit ignorant about how the timings of American exchanges. As I can see Forexpros gives real time quotes almost 16-18 hours in a day - what is their data source ?

thanks

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Here is the list I use for tracking my stocks

Free Stock Charts

http://www.freestockcharts.com/

Gold Online Store.com

http://www.goldonlinestore.com/

Kitco Charts

http://www.kitco.com/price/

24h Gold

http://www.24hgold.com/english/charts.aspx#BOTTOM

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