How do I open a DOM on TT?

How do I open a DOM on TT?

1. Navigate to the top left of the platform window, left click the Widgets tab and then select MD Trader.


Once the MD Trader widget has been opened, you will need to select a futures contract to apply to the DOM

2. Left click the Set Instrument search box in the top left of the MD Trader widget and then manually enter in the contract’s symbol that you would like to trade or left click the explore button to search through TT’s database of symbols. Symbols are sorted by exchange, type, product, and finally instruments.



3. Once a symbol has been selected and appears in the search bar, Left Click the instrument to open it in the MD Trader.

The instruments in this field will be listed in a historical order.





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