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Old 05-29-2011, 07:29 PM
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Was wondering if TV had a Dedicated T-4 landline Service available.

As I understand it a SAT dish in TV is a "NO NO".

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Old 05-29-2011, 08:36 PM
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We have a satelitte dish with Direct TV. We live on the historic side in Country Club Hills. What is a T4 landline? There are numerous telephone/Internet providers throughout the three county area who offer high-speed Internet. As to the day traders, I'm sure there's a club. LOL
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Old 05-30-2011, 10:43 AM
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...and your inquiry.

A T4 connection is somewhat dated technology, I admit. In a nutshell it is a dedicated, (only you or VERY few subcribers) share a Ultra Highspeed connection that has a data transfer rate up into the Gigabyte range.
In addition, speed, dependability and reliability are light years ahead of the common DSL or broadband services.

It is strictly fiber optic cable direct connection technology, and it isnt cheap.

Although not really neccesary for successful daytrading, it is a little bit of an advantage on heavy market volume days. As you know the sooner your orders hit the gate (or I should say "Floor", but I dont like that term) the better your chances are of getting filled or sold at your price.

However, I'am not the "Rapid Fire" type trader with multiple open positions at any given time that most are. I tend to be a little more methodical and just keep very close watch on how my positions unfold, so...

Do I really NEED a T4 connection. Not really.

But sometimes it would be nice to have.

Hope this helps,
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