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I'd like to inquire about the real volume data of assets such as future eurusd or Intel stock. Why is there a difference between the volume data in the mt5 platform and the volume data which is coming from tradingview for example or td ameritrade who has the real volume data? It should be the same for all of you because it's not like Forex which has only tick volume. Can anyone please provide brokers who offer real volume data for stock or futures? I prefer mt5 but

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You must pay for level 2 data, so it will never be available in MT4. Furthermore, the back end of mt4 is not configured for high volume.

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 CFDs do not represent actual volume.

If you want to trade futures with real volume, I recommend trading futures with level 2 data. CME will cost you around $30 per month and includes all currencies such as 6E (EURUSD) as well as fixed income, ES, and so on.

EUREX costs 20E per month and includes FDAX, Bunds, Bobl, and other products.

I hope this helps.

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 From what I understand from you, all markets do not have any volume data except real stocks market and futures market.....that is what you meant if I am understanding correctly I do not care if I am trading stocks or futures I care about real volume brokers only can you tell me about meta trader 5 brokers are have real stocks not cfd stocks or broker with futures market
What is your recommendation for a market that has more liquidity and is open for trading throughout the day and week, and, of course, has lower commissions and spreads? If you want to tell me the names in a private message, please do so in a private message if this violates the forum rules. Thank you again.

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Volume s something you get with ampfutures for example.
No cfd broker offers real volume.

Forex has no reliable volume btw.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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So futures have more liquidity than stocks and a larger market volume, and it has unified real data volume and is available 24/5 like the forex market, and it is cheaper to trade than stocks. What about more brokers that are easy to deposit and withdraw from, and what is the minimum deposit?

I'm currently trading futures with just2trade, but I'm not sure if he offers real stocks or cfd stocks, or if he provides real volume, because I compared the volume on the mt5 platform with tradingview for the eurfx futures chart and found differences in the numbers.

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Contract and share volume are used in futures and stocks, respectively. This is the precise volume.

Tick volume is used in CFDs and Forex.

Volume always equals activity.

Tick volume is a measurement of the change in price or tick per time period observed. Tick volume has been found to be 90-95 percent similar to actual volume in study after study. Most traders who use volume (tick or actual) will say that the most important factor is how volume compares relative to other traders. In other words, period x's volume (tick or actual) in isolation does not have the same significance as period x's volume (tick or actual) in relation to period x-1's volume (tick or actual). So, no matter what type of volume is being considered, the key is to compare it to others.

The term liquidity refers to structural barriers as well as the number of, or lack of, market participants. Because there are so many traders to trade with, liquid markets are simple to enter and exit (or against). Professionals typically trade only in liquid markets because they take large positions and do not want to bid up or bid down the price against themselves in low-volume markets. This is why the E-mini futures contract is traded by more professional traders than the rough rice contract.

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I used to trade currency futures, and the volume data in the London session isn't all that great. The volume data in the US session is much better. Although larger spikes are more common in futures.
When the US session begins, the volume on the Canadian dollar (6C) is quite high; I prefer it to USDCAD.
Data-wise, I prefer Rithmic for a variety of reasons, but it isn't available on TV, so you'll need something like Bookmap or Sierra Charts.
So there are more fees and expenses—at least with CFDs, you avoid all of that—and the tick volume isn't all that bad.

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The distinction is straightforward.
Markets are driven by orders, or in this case, money.


We can see the orderbook for futures on a central exchange, which is not possible for spot FX.


The first piece of information we get in FX is the price, which is printed as a candle in my charts— some like lines, some don't.
Because there is no centralized exchange/orderbook, broker ticks are unreliable.

But what was the impetus behind this price? That is the information in which I am interested.

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