Investor/RT is a state-of-the-art tool kit for today's online investor. It provides powerful market monitoring, data capture, charting, technical analysis, scanning, backtesting, and portfolio management features for users of a wide variety of real-time, delayed, and end-of-day market data services. Investor/RT will monitor and analyze any security type transmitted by your data vendor, in any timeframe.

Investor/RT is a cross platform product that operates under MS Windows or Macintosh OS X operating systems. Some supported data sources are available only on the Windows platform. Otherwise the product functionality is identical on Windows and Macintosh. Windows XP/SP2 or Windows Vista are recommended. Macintosh OS X 10.4 or higher is supported on both PowerPC and Intel Macintosh systems (Universal Binary).

Investor/RT is a very powerful and extremely flexible software package, allowing you to customize your system to your specifications. This tour is designed to show you some of the extensive functionality and flexibility available to you. You may also choose to download and explore the software for yourself.
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Key Hightlights
  • Volume Breakdown Indicator
  • Smart Tick Compression
  • Cumulative Delta Tool
  • QuoteBoard Indicator
  • Multi-Periodicity Charts
  • Session Statistics Indicator
  • Historical Pairs/Spreads
  • Market Profile® Charts
  • Improved Point and Figure Charting
  • Range/Change/Volume Bars
  • CQG Data Feeds Support

Basic Features
Advanced Features
Order Types
Routes orders to pit Algorithmic trading Market
Routes orders electronically Trailing Stops (2) Limit
Streaming real time quotes Bracket Orders Stop (2)
Intraday Charting Single Click Trading Stop Limit (2)
Historical Charting Trade from chart Stop With Limit (2)
Market Depth Window   Order Cancels Order
Trading Hours (1)   Spreads
Simulated Trading      
Audible Alerts      
Export to Excel      

1 - Access to markets may be limited by exchange and/or platform server maintenance.
2 - The use of Stop Loss or contingent orders may not protect profits, and may not limit losses to the amount intended. Certain market conditions make it difficult or impossible to execute such orders.