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RTD codes for AP Index (XJO) through Interactive Brokers

Discussion in 'Software and Data' started by Leonwij, Mar 7, 2018.

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  1. Leonwij

    Leonwij

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    Hi,
    I have some experience with RTD - but can't get it to work for the XJO through interactive brokers. I have the market data subscription, and to bring up the chart and options - IB has the XJO listed as the AP Index. I am using IB's sample excel document to start with (image attached) - does anyone know that the other fields are to link to XJO/AP data? Or do you know the excel formula to use?
    Thanks.
     

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    AP-ASX-IND-AUD
    XJO-ASX-IND-AUD

    I tried the above symbol codes on Amibroker, results are both charts and a quick scan of quotes are identical.
    If that is what you are looking for.
     
  3. Leonwij

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    Thanks, I worked it out. A couple of examples are:
    =RTD("tws.twsrtdserverctrl",,"AP@ASX//IND////AUD", "Last")
    =RTD("tws.twsrtdserverctrl",,"AP@ASX//OPT/20180419/C/6000/AUD", "modelDelta")
     
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    Does anyone have any suggestions of charting packages that can supply live data in into a spreadsheet. I am assuming that ot is RTD or DDE. I have been using Phoenixai for years but they have just shut down their servers.
    Thanks
     
  5. galmond

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    I am new to this forum and not sure how to start a new discussion.
     
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