CQG, a provider of high-performance technology solutions for traders, brokers, commercial hedgers and exchanges, announced today the phased roll-out of its newest trading platform, CQG One.
Designed for professional traders and institutional investors, the new cloud-based CQG One combines the ease of use of the firm’s retail-oriented CQG Desktop platform with many of the popular market data, charting, visualization and advanced analytics features of CQG Integrated Client, its flagship professional trading platform.
A multi-asset, multi-broker platform, CQG One will be available through traders’ futures commission merchants (FCMs) beginning in April, with new functionality added throughout the year.
CQG President Ryan Moroney said:
“We’re excited to bring CQG One to market after gathering extensive input from our users on what features they most want in our new platform. This will be as intuitive and easy to deploy, configure and use as CQG Desktop but with advanced charting, market analytics and trading functionality, along with the CQG depth and breadth of market data utilized by our largest and most sophisticated institutional clients.”
Marcus Kwan, CQG Vice President, Product Strategy & Design, said:
“CQG One is an ultra-fast, secure platform that traders will be able to access from anywhere to leverage technical analysis tools and execute transactions with a single click on markets all over the world. We will continuously update it through our HTML5 cloud infrastructure in a way that’s seamless to users.”
The new platform will include premium functionality such as:
- Single-click trade entry
- Advanced charting and analytics
- Portfolio sharing
- Window linking, and drag-and-drop tabs
- Highly secure, consolidated real-time and life-of-contract historical market data feeds from more than 75 global sources
- Access to CQG Algos, a comprehensive set of pre-built algorithmic order types
- New analytics features, custom formulas, price alerts and a spreader later in 2022
Institutional clients will be able to utilize a Windows-installed version of CQG One in the future.