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garryp
39 posts
msg #48392
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12/5/2006 11:44:51 AM

I use QT extensively. CT has opted out of QT support.

I need recommendations for a new broker

...one that has low trade costs,
a low base charge,
and a friendly interactive GUI.

I would appreciate all recommendations.


nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #48401
Ignore nikoschopen
12/5/2006 3:52:33 PM

As a former member of the CyberTrader (CT) camp as well as a present subscriber to QuoteTracker (QT), I can't understand ure rationale behind using QT over CT's native GUI in the first place. While the learning curve is slightly steeper for CT, it offers so much more options than QT. I use QT mainly to link to my Interactive Broker (IB) account because they have the worst GUI (ever!) that I can remember in my trading experience, not to mention that their charting package is a hoax. But, needless to say, they offer low commish and reasonably fast trade execution. But then again, QT doesn't offer hotkeys and have yet to incorporate many of the exotic order types that IB offers in their interface!


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