Bookmap orderflow coming to TOS?

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TD hinted a while ago in their TOS changelog that Bookmap orderflow could be coming to its platform. I am pretty excited about this because i`ve seen how this tool can be of great benefit in intraday trading. Havn`t heard anything new so just curious if anyone else know of a possible launchdate?

 
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codydog

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would be a big move for tos as its seems fairly data intensive

But heres the word from bookmap from this morning email exchange -


"...TOS is coming, details and rules will be announced soon.


Regards,


Bookmap Support Team..."
 
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codydog

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got this over the weekend -

"...ThinkOrSwim/TD Ameritrade is not supported now by Bookmap, but it is under testing stage and will be launched soon. ..."

so, maybe...
 
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BlueRaven

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https://tlc.thinkorswim.com/center/howToTos/thinkManual/Bookmap
It's in their learning center so I would think it's close to release.

I subscribe to bookmap so I'm excited that I could hopefully drop that and save some money as it's a bit pricey and I only use it for certain triggers. I would compare the two side by side though and make sure that TOS version isn't slow as some of the triggers I need to be nearly instant on.

It does look exactly the same as the real version, I'm just curious about the data.
 
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Yes, the release should be close and i am really curious to see what type of pricing they will have for the data feeds.
 
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@Bung Bang I suspect they will be getting the data from that site. I'm not sure.
 
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BlueRaven

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Is this TOS' Bookmap similar to the one at https://bookmap.com/ ?

@Bung Bang

Looking at the TOS learning center link I provided earlier, it looks like exactly the same software. I'm curious about the data if it will be provided through TOS or if it will be a separate subscription. I think I pay like $35 a month for data for it right now from dXFeed
 
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Bung Bang

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Just saw this LIVE youtube with Bookmap displayed with Premarket Scanner :

 
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I'm curious if anyone here is currently using Bookmap?
 
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I was hoping to sign-up for @Bookmap, but your customer service turned me off! It's clear they were more concerned with what they could get from me $$$, than guiding me in a thoughtful manner that would allow me to make an informed decision. Bummer!
 
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I'm curious if anyone here is currently using Bookmap?
I've used it for trading futures. For the most part it's really just another way to display the same info a price chart is already giving you. The main benefit for me, as a TOS user, is Bookmap shows a much deeper order book than anything I've seen in a level 2 or trade ladder.
 
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The Iceberg/Stop Run tracker look interesting....but the customer service I experienced when asking about features was a turnoff! I read that TOS is in the "testing mode" to bring that onto its platform. There are a few other vendors out there looking to do the same. If that happens, it will create price compression for Bookmap which is also a reason why I haven't signup.
 
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I was hoping to sign-up for @Bookmap, but your customer service turned me off! It's clear they were more concerned with what they could get from me $$$, than guiding me in a thoughtful manner that would allow me to make an informed decision. Bummer!
yes, customer support is tough over there.
The Iceberg/Stop Run tracker look interesting....but the customer service I experienced when asking about features was a turnoff! I read that TOS is in the "testing mode" to bring that onto its platform. There are a few other vendors out there looking to do the same. If that happens, it will create price compression for Bookmap which is also a reason why I haven't signup.
Hate to be a wet blanket but the iceberg detector is a completely redundant feature. Read up on how it determines what an "iceberg" is. Besides, it doesn't show anything that you can't see in the bookmap trade ladder, which is really the single benefit of the thing because it's a much deeper ladder than TOS's 10 slots. I'm actually hoping TOS is able to add that depth, otherwise bookmap is literally same view though a change of window dressing. Yes, the customer service wasn't the easiest -- no one to walk you through setting it up verbally. Just some weird remote deal. I cancelled it after attending a webinar with whoever developed it.
 
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yes, customer support is tough over there.

Hate to be a wet blanket but the iceberg detector is a completely redundant feature. Read up on how it determines what an "iceberg" is. Besides, it doesn't show anything that you can't see in the bookmap trade ladder, which is really the single benefit of the thing because it's a much deeper ladder than TOS's 10 slots. I'm actually hoping TOS is able to add that depth, otherwise bookmap is literally same view though a change of window dressing. Yes, the customer service wasn't the easiest -- no one to walk you through setting it up verbally. Just some weird remote deal. I cancelled it after attending a webinar with whoever developed it.
Just to be clear, what I mean about their orderbook depth is is different than time and sales. It's that you can see on the trade ladder where ALL of the limit orders are. Not just 10 rows. For example, ES is trading at 3391.5, currently all I can are the number of limit orders between 3389 and 3394.75. With bookmap you see all the limit orders that exist in the book. So say I see 1500 orders at 3420 and 1500 orders at 3330, I can assume those will be pretty good support/resistance levels. However, I must add that those big or "iceberg" orders are usually that far apart. And most of the time the intraday trading ranges are much tighter.
 
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