Advanced charting, multithreading and custom orders
Takion gives you quotes and prints as they come with access to all exchanges and full range of order type and even allows you to set hotkeys for custom orders.
Takion’s API allows you to write plugins within the software for your own trading logic.
Takion has been designed for and with professional traders. It allows you to take full control of what you see with a vast amount of choices including custom charts, windows, columns hotkeys and even font preferences.
Takion’s multithreaded code is best utilized with a powerful PC.
- Minimum requirements
- Processor: Intel i3 (Intel i9 preferred)
- Memory: 4 GB of RAM (16 GB preferred)*
- Operating System: Windows 7 x64 (Windows 10 preferred)**
- Video cards: 265 MB memory min per screen
- Monitor Resolution: 1920 x 1200
- Hard Drive: 300 MB Free Space
- Internet: Minimum 15 Mbps download speed and at least 5 Mbps upload speed
*Because each “window” opened inside of a Takion layout uses RAM, some of the complex lay-outs can consume large amounts of memory.
**Windows XP and Windows 7 32-bit are limited to 3GB of RAM and may not operate smoothly with an application using large amounts of memory.
Our trading platforms include default market data packages suited to your trading needs. To enhance your trading even more, choose from our wide selection of feeds and news.
Platform Fees and Market Data fees for Takion shown here are subject to change at any time.
Platform and Market Data Fees are not pro-rated. Market Data Fees cannot be waived.
Platform and Market Data Fees are deducted on the last day of the calendar month.
Software Fee Rebates are calculated monthly and processed within the first two (2) business days of the new month.
Takion Accounts are enabled with Nasdaq Total View, NYSE and AMEX level two market data.
Clients will be required to pay for any additional market data feeds.
Exchanges classify customers as non-professional or professional. Exchange rules require that trusts and organizations (e.g. corporations, partnerships, LLCs and unincorporated businesses) must be classified as professional. NYSE, Amex, and TSE Professional Market Data require prior approval from the exchange. Non-Professional – is any natural person and cannot be a corporation, trust, organization, institution or partnership account.