The author began trading the futures markets in the late 1970s. The only data source available for trading was daily charts, usually purchased from a vendor and updated by hand. In an attempt to get up to speed, he attended the first of its kind Futures Symposium in Chicago in the early 1980s. It was magic. Watching the brand new CQG machine create a five-minute bar chart before your very eyes. This technological revolution instantly put all traders, both experienced and new, those with substantial resources and those with little, on an equal footing. The business has matured. The vision of trading success now not only includes creativity and intelligence, but financial resources beyond the average trader.
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