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Service Terms and Refund Policy. Index CFDs work fine, as per your instructions on the webpage. But stock CFDs do not. I saw similar posts in the past, but no obvious resolution.
But if I use the underlying stock, then the trade will be executed against the stock, not the CFD. This code returns the error when I try to load a chart: CFD historical data is not provided; please submit a historical data request on the underlying stock: Orders are not placed when I attempt a 1 lot to test it out, with an "improperly formatted price" error.
Do you have any advice? Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: Aside from the historical data issue, are you able to get any of the real-time data from IB using any of the symbols you have tried for that CFD?
Date Time Of Last Edit: I'm not sure how I can confirm that. The chart always stays empty. The last log message: Currently no data in file to display. Will start historical data download and real-time updates.
If the chart always stays empty, then you are not getting any real-time data. I have tried that one before, and it did not work. I tried it again and same results.
You will need to contact Interactive Brokers for help with this. You will need to find out how the Contract structure should be set when requesting market data for the symbols you want.
Let us know what they say. We have prepared this new section on what to do in this particular case: We have no news. Please contact IB about this. I thought as much, thanks. Seems a bit strange to ask the customer to contact the 3rd party so the supplier can deliver what should be a standard extension to the current CFD symbols i.
I just don't have the time in the next few weeks to try find the right person within IB to contact otherwise I would. With Interactive Brokers, this is necessary. However, not in the way that you are characterizing it. It is not about enhancing Sierra Chart. It is about you being able to trade and get data for a particular IB symbol.
Interactive Brokers symbol specifications are very complex and nonstandardized and we cannot be troubleshooting every symbol issue.
We will help as much as we can but it is good for you to be self-reliant and have full control. The documentation provides an email address of who to contact. The last we heard, it does work properly.
We are not aware of any issues at this time. Any issues would only be related to symbol specifications. Sierra Chart IB symbol formats allows you to specify all of the relevant components of the Interactive Brokers Contract structure which allows you to have full control over specifying a symbol.
You do not need to rely upon us. Having said all of this, what specific CFD market do you want to trade and we will contact IB about it as soon as we hear from you. Please provide us a very specific CFD market you want to trade. We are following up with Interactive Brokers about this.
There is one thing we forgot. We needed to include the Data Recording suffix to average the bid and ask: Sierra Chart fully supports charting and trading CFD markets. In that case trading works. I attached a screen herein. Any update please on CFD charting? We are thinking about how to solve this.
Although this is really best solved by Interactive Brokers and it is surprising that the symbol does not provide market data for the underlying symbol if there is no special CFD data available. In version this problem should be resolved. There is no need to set a Trade and Current Quote Symbol. In the case where IB provides no market data for a CFD, what you will do is use a format like this for the main Symbol: