Alternative Streaming Quotes for US Equities


The SEC Vendor Display Rule requires that brokers give clients access to the NBBO at the point of order entry. In order to provide users with free live streaming market data, we cannot display this free stream when entering an order without the client subscribing to the paid NBBO.


Under the Rule 603(c) of Regulation NMS (Vendor Display Rule), when a broker is providing quotation information to clients that can be used to assess the current market or the quality of trade execution, reliance on non-consolidated market information as the source of that quotation would not be consistent with the Vendor Display Rule.

Therefore and according to FINRA's enforcement of the SEC rule, any client of a broker that is purchasing real-time quotes must buy the NBBO real-time services when making trading decisions.

All clients have access to streaming US equity quotes from the four CBOE exchanges and IEX at no charge. Since this data does not include all markets, we cannot show this quote when entering parameters for a US stock quote. Order routing will not change based on what is shown on the screen. If one is subscribed to NBBO quotes or not, by default the trade will still take place with the assistance of the SMART order router designed to provide the best price for the order.

Please see the sample screenshots below from TWS Classic and TWS Mosaic for what occurs when placing an order without the NBBO streaming subscription for US equities. 

TWS Classic:

1. Screenshot of quotes showing without order entry line item

2. Screenshot of quote going blank when putting in the order entry line item

TWS Mosaic:

1. Screenshot of quotes showing without order entry line item

2. Screenshot of quote going blank when putting in the order entry line item







  • 最后价格
  • 最后交易量
  • 最后交易所
  • 当前买价-卖价
  • 每笔当前买价-卖价的交易量
  • 每笔当前买价-卖价的交易所



服务 限制 每条报价请求的价格(美元)1
AMEX(B/CTA网络)   $0.01
ASX Total 不支持ASX24
Bolsa de Madrid   $0.03
加拿大交易所集团(TSX/TSXV) 仅限非专业订阅用户且IB加拿大的客户除外 $0.03
CBOT实时   $0.03
CME实时   $0.03
COMEX实时   $0.03
Eurex Core 仅限非专业订阅用户 $0.03
Euronext基础版 仅限非专业订阅用户

德国ETF和指数 仅限非专业订阅用户 $0.03
香港(HKFE)衍生品   $0.03
香港证券交易所(股票、权证、债券)   $0.03
约翰内斯堡证券交易所   $0.03
蒙特利尔衍生品 仅限非专业订阅用户 $0.03
NASDAQ(C/UTP网络)   $0.01
Nordic衍生品   $0.03
Nordic股票   $0.03
NYMEX实时   $0.03
NYSE(A/CTA网络)   $0.01
OPRA(美国期权交易所)   $0.03
上海股票交易所5秒快照(通过HKEx)   $0.03
深圳股票交易所3秒快照(通过HKEx)   $0.03
SIX瑞士交易所 仅限非专业订阅用户 $0.03
即期市场德国(Frankfurt/Xetra) 仅限非专业订阅用户 $0.03
STOXX指数实时数据 仅限非专业订阅用户 $0.03
多伦多证券交易所 仅限IB加拿大的非专业订阅用户 $0.03
多伦多证券交易所创业板 仅限IB加拿大的非专业订阅用户 $0.03
英国伦敦证券交易所(IOB)股票   $0.03
英国伦敦证券交易所股票   $0.03




  • 账户净资产至少须达到10美元或等值方可使用快照报价服务。
  • 用户必须运行TWS 976.0或以上版本方可使用快照报价功能。



  • 报价采用后付费模式,通常在提供快照服务次月的第一周收取。账户现金或含贷款价值的净资产如不足以支付月费,则账户头寸将面临清算。
  • AMEX(B/CTA网络)、NASDAQ(C/UTP网络)和NYSE(A/CTA网络)的月费有上限,如用户订阅了快照数据组服务,且当月报价请求的合计成本达到了实时数据服务的价格,则该月剩余时间用户无需支付额外费用即可使用实时数据服务。在达到快照数据费用门槛后,系统将于美国东部时间下一工作日的18:30左右切换为实时报价。月末,实时报价服务会自动终止,次月快照费用则重新开始累计。每项服务的费用均单独累计,一项服务的报价请求不得与另一项服务合并来应用上限。详情请见以下表格。
服务 每条报价请求的价格(美元) 非专业订阅用户上限(请求数/总成本)2 专业订阅用户上限(请求数/总成本)3
AMEX(B/CTA网络) $0.01 150/$1.50 2,300/$23.00
NASDAQ(C/UTP网络) $0.01 150/$1.50 2,500/$25.00
NYSE(A/CTA网络) $0.01 150/$1.50 4,500/$4,500











在上例中,GOOG是一家在纳斯达克(C/UTP 网络)上市的公司。每请求一次报价(一次快照)的费用为0.01美元。

  • 非专业用户最多可再请求149条GOOG或任意其它在纳斯达克(C/UTP 网络)上市的股票的快照数据,超过149条将切换为实时报价。
  • 专业用户最多可再请求2449条GOOG或任意其它在纳斯达克(C/UTP 网络)上市的股票的快照数据,超过2449条将切换为实时报价。































Why do I receive a message stating market data is over the limit?


When you open an account with IBKR, you are initially set to receive a minimum of 100 concurrent lines of market data. This means that, either on IB Trading Platforms (TWS, IBKR Mobile, Client Portal trading facility) or on API/third party interface, you can simultaneously feed 100 tickers with market data. As explained here, after the first month of trading, your allowance might be increased either automatically (based on your account equity/commission) or manually (by the purchase of Quote Booster packs.)

Note: The same market data allowance is set for all the users of the same account, since it is based on account-wise parameters such as commissions and equities. 


Table of contents


Why some financial instruments show question marks instead of data?

There are various functions and tools in TWS using market data: watchlists, charts, trading or analytical tools, alarms. In general, any foreground window which actively uses market data for display or for calculations, will increase the total number of market data channels currently opened. Once you have exceeded the maximum Market Data allowance for your account, you will be prevented from receiving additional market data. In this case, one or more tickers will show a "?" instead of actual quotes and your TWS will display the following warning message:

"You have requested data for XXX contracts simultaneously, which exceeds your account current limit of YYY. You may increase your limit by subscribing to market data Booster Packs."

Example 1

Note: If you have decided to hide the warning by ticking the checkbox "Don't display this message again", you will not see it again next times you exceed the market data limit. Nevertheless you will still see "?" for one or more tickers instead of the actual quotes.

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Where can I check the current market data allowance?

Within TWS, you can check how much of your total market data allowance you are currently consuming in the "Maximum Allowed" window. While in TWS, press the keys Ctrl_Alt_= (on a MAC click: Control_Option_=) and you will see the Maximum allowed pop-up indicating the market data allowance (the value close to "Simultaneous TWS market data subscriptions") and the market data lines currently used (the value close to "Currently subscribed top market data count".)

Example 2

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Which solutions are available to me?


  • Reduce the number of financial instruments displayed within the TWS

To overcome an excessive market data usage, the easiest solution is to reduce the amount of financial instruments present within your trading platform. Here below some ways to accomplish that:

a. Delete some tickers from your watchlist(s). There might be old tickers you are no longer interested in or expired contracts. Deleting those will reduce the overall market data usage

b. Minimize or hide one or more watchlist or other tools consuming market data. Only the TWS windows which are active and in the foreground contribute to market data count. If you have floating watchlists/charts and you minimize them or send them to the background, you will actually decrease the overall market data usage by the number of tickers present on those watchlists/charts

c. Use more restrictive filters within Option Trader / Option Chains / Strategy Builder. Those tools often become top market data consumers due to the high number of option contracts they display. All those tools provide filtering based on strike / expiry / trading class. By acting on those filters you can reduce the number of option contracts displayed

Note: Some derivatives contracts (Futures, Options, Future Options) will often consume two market data channel, one for the contract himself and one for the underlying, since the underlying contract is used for Greeks / Volatility calculations


  • Purchase Quote Booster pack(s)

 Each Quote Booster pack will cost you 30 USD monthly and will entitle you to 100 additional market data lines (on the top of your current allotment). The maximum number of Quote Booster packs you can purchase for your account is 10.


  • Increase your account equity or commissions

Each 8 USD increase of your monthly commission will entitle you to receive 1 additional line of market data (on the top of your current allotment). If your monthly commissions increased by 80 USD, you will receive 10 additional lines, if by 800 USD, you will receive 100 additional lines.

Each 10K USD increase of your account equity will entitle you to receive 1 additional line of market data (on the top of your current allotment). If your equity increased by 100K USD, you will receive 10 additional lines, if by 1M USD, you will receive 100 additional lines.

The recalculation of the market data allowance happens at the beginning of each month.

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How to fix the "Cannot create ... file" error during TWS installation on MacOS


The filesystem permissions are controlled by your machines operating system. One of their functions is to secure your files, preventing unauthorized access or undesired modifications to the system and to your personal data.   

Some software on your computer may modify or override the permissions assigned by the operating system. Under certain circumstances, this prevents the TWS installer from accessing the folder where the application core files have to be created (/users/youruser/home/Applications). In such cases, the TWS installation usually displays the error "Cannot create ... file. Shall I try again?"

In this article we explain how to reset the filesystem permission of the "Applications" folder located under your user home folder in order to allow a smooth run of the TWS installation.


1. On your keyboard, press ⌘CMD + ⇧Shift +H to open your home folder
 Figure 1
2. Select the folder "Applications" within your home folder and press ⌘CMD + I to open the Info panel
 Figure 2
2. At the bottom right of the panel, click on the padlock
 Figure 3
3. To unlock the permissions panel, enter your MacOS credentials and click OK
 Figure 4
4. In the line correspondent to "everyone", click on "No Access" (Figure 5) and then select "Read & Write" (Figure 6)
 Figure 5                                                                            Figure 6
5. Click on the icon bellow the permissions panel and select “Apply to enclosed items..."
 Figure 7
6. Now run the TWS installer and click on Next> until you complete the installation
 Figure 8

7. Once the installation has completed successfully, repeat the previous steps from 1. to 5. setting back the permissions of “everyone” to “Read Only” to revert your changes to the initial status



Complex Position Size

For complex, multi-leg options positions comprising two or more legs, TWS might not track all changes to this position, e.g. a vertical spread where the short leg is assigned and the user re-writes the same leg the next day, or if the user creates a the position over multiple trades, or if the order is not filled as a native combination at the exchange.

If you received a message because you are submitting an order to close a position, roll a position, or modify a position using the “% Change” feature, it means that the maximum quantity of option positions in your account that are available to close for this order is different from that of the original position tracked by TWS.
Before submitting, you should review the order and confirm that the order quantity we have calculated is the correct quantity that you want to trade.




1. 您的智能手机仅用于交易(安装了IB TWS)- 点击此处
2. 您的智能手机仅用于验证(安装了IB Key) -  点击此处
3. 您的智能手机既用于交易,也用于验证(安装了IB TWS和IB Key) - 点击此处
4. 您的智能手机用于进行借记卡交易(安装了IB Key) -  点击此处

您是IB TWS用户

您使用手机上的IB TWS交易,但您未使用IB Key。
1. 在首次打开应用程序时,您将看到以下新的主页面。

图1                                                                 图2

2. 点击“交易”按钮。
3. 应用程序的其它方面与您之前使用的一样。




1. 打开菜单上的“更多”(页面右下角)。
2. 滚动到页面底部。
1. 打开“应用”菜单
2. 滚动到底部的App设置

图3                                                                                        图4

您是IB Key使用者


1. 打开移动IBKR并点击“验证”。
2. 应用程序会检测设备上是否安装了IB Key并提示您下一步如何操作 - 要么自动迁移(图5),要么先更新、然后再自动迁移。

图5                                                          图6                                                            图7

迁移完成后,如您尝试运行独立的IB Key应用 - 即您之前验证过的IB Key - 您将看到以下界面(图8)。




A. 如您有网络连接,则日常登录没有任何变化 - 系统会使用无缝验证:
1. 在(TWS、账户管理、网页交易者或移动IBKR)的相应区域内输入您的登录信息。点击“登录”。
2. 系统会向您的手机发送一条通知 - 点击该通知。
3. 取决于您的设备,(在iOS设备上)将面部置于摄像头前或在指纹传感器上按压指纹,或(在安卓设备上)输入您的PIN码。系统会自动登录。

B. 如您没有互联网连接,您可通过验证-响应的模式使用移动IBKR:
1. 在(TWS、账户管理、网页交易者或移动IBKR)的相应区域内输入您的登录信息。点击“登录”。
2. 点击“我没有收到通知”。
3. 打开移动IBKR并点击“验证”。
4. 在您手机的“验证码”区域输入登录界面上显示的值。点击“生成”按钮。
5. 在登录界面的“响应字符串”区域输入您智能手机应用显示的值。点击“登录”。


您既是IB TWS的使用者,也是IB Key的使用者

1. 请先激活移动IBKR程序的“验证”模块(点击此处)。
2. 点击您新的移动IBKR应用主页面上的“交易”按钮登录交易界面(点击此处)。



1. 请先激活移动IBKR程序的“验证”模块(点击此处)。
2. 在移动IBKR应用的主页面上点击“借记卡”按钮。其它功能的使用和过去一样



How to overcome the "Downloading settings from server failed" error


Store settings on server allows clients the ability to store their Trader Workstation (TWS) settings/configuration on the cloud and retrieve them at anytime from another computer. This feature allows you to use the layout of a specific user on two or more machines.

In some specific circumstances, the operation which stores/downloads the settings to/from the cloud may fail and the following error message may appear shortly after the TWS has loaded on the screen:



 How to overcome this error message?

 The underlying causes of this message are usually the following:

  • ACCESS TO THE LOCAL MACHINE IS BLOCKED: A security setup, such as a firewall or antivirus, prevents the access of this computer to the cloud storage. This prevents TWS from accessing the remote server, thus disallowing the settings file upload or download. Recommended workaround: set up an exception on the firewall or antivirus in order to exclude the TWS executable file (c:\Jts\tws.exe) or the entire TWS folder (C:\Jts) from the real time security scan. The procedure to set an exclusion may vary, according to the software you are using, therefore we recommend consulting the user guide or the on-line documentation of your specific security program.
  • ACCESS TO THE REMOTE SERVER IS BLOCKED: A firewall or proxy service blocks the communication with the cloud storage through the network on which this computer is. In this scenario, you (or your IT / Networking departments, in case you do not have the rights for such an operation) can modify the firewall or proxy settings to allow the computer to communicate with the cloud server on the TCP port 443. For additional details about the hosts/ports which needs to be allowed for the proper TWS operation, please see as well the section "DESKTOP TWS" of KB2816. Please refer to the documentation of your specific software in order to create specific rules for your firewall or proxy system.


See KB2323 for instructions on how to restore TWS settings from external storage
See KB2320 for instructions on transferring settings from one user to another


Why is my chart delayed, showing question marks or only partially populated?

What  are SMART Charts and how are they generated?

The SMART charting mechanism analyzes and compares the market data coming from all venues a given contract is traded on and graphically displays the most favorable quotes.

When all the data streams are live, the data points are available for all sources and for each time point, thus they can be fully compared. The resulting SMART chart will be up to date and fully populated, moreover it will constantly and automatically update1.  

The comparison between non synchronized market data streams (some live and some delayed) is just partially possible, since the delayed feeds are lacking data points for the last 15 or 20 minutes. Therefore, within that time frame, the SMART chart will usually display a series of yellow question marks to indicate unavailability of source data. In this case the SMART Chart will not update automatically.

When the lack of data points is more extensive or when the Exchange does not distribute delayed data for a given contract, the correspondent SMART Chart may be completely blank.

What should I do to obtain a fully populated, up-to-date chart?

If your trading method is based on SMART charts, you would need to activate the live market data subscriptions for all the marketplaces your financial instruments are traded on. For additional details, please see KB1201

If your trading method does not require SMART charts, you can decide to use Direct chart routing as a workaround.

A Directed Chart will allow you to graphically represent the market data coming from a single, specific Exchange. When possible, we suggest to select the primary marketplace for the product for this purpose, since this is usually the one offering the highest liquidity and trade volume, hence normally providing the most favorable quotes. If you have subscribed the market data for that venue, the resulting Directed Chart will be fully populated, up to date and it will update automatically1.

How do I set up a Directed Chart?

1.  Within a watchlist, type the contract symbol and press Enter on your keyboard.

2.  When then contract selection menu appears, select the item Stock (Directed). If you do not see this item, click on the small down arrow at the bottom of the menu to reveal the hidden menu items.

3.  The Exchange selection screen will appear. You can now select the main Exchange for the product or the Exchange for which you have an active live market data subscription. Once done, click OK.

4.  Within your watchlist you will see a newly created Directed Ticker line. It will contain the contract symbol and, preceded by the @ sign, the Exchange you selected at the previous step. Right click on that directed ticker line and select Chart > New Chart


5. The chart will be shown. On the left side of the toolbar, after the contract symbol, you will see the Exchange you selected preceeded by a @ sign, indicating that this is a Directed Chart.

1. In order for the chart to update automatically, the checkbox "Keep chart up to date" has to be activated in the Chart Parameters panel. The panel is reachable directly within the chart window, from the top menu Edit.

IB TWS and IB Key Merger into IBKR Mobile


The migration for your user depends upon your current use of the apps as follows:

1. Your Smartphone is solely used for trading (IB TWS installed) - Click Here
2. Your Smartphone is solely used for authentication (IB Key installed) -  Click Here
3. Your Smartphone is used for both trading and authentication (IB TWS and IB Key installed) - Click Here
4. Your Smartphone is used for Debit Card transactions (IB Key installed) -  Click Here

You are a user of IB TWS

You have been trading on your smartphone with IB TWS and you have not used IB Key.
1. Upon first launch of the application you will see the following new Home Screen.
Figure 1 is the Home Screen of IBKR Mobile for iOS devices. Figure 2 is the Android device version.

Figure 1                                                     Figure 2

2. Tap on the Trade button.
3. The rest of the application experience is identical to what you have already used in the past.


Access to the other functions from the Trading Screen

If you wish to access the other functions of the IBKR Mobile, such as the Authentication module or the
Debit Card functions:

For iOS (Figure 3)
1. Open the menu ‘More’ (lower right-hand corner of your screen).
2. Scroll to the very bottom of this page
For Android (Figure 4)
1. Open the Application menu
2. Scroll to the bottom section - App Settings


Figure 3


Figure 4

You are an IB Key user


1. Launch the IBKR Mobile and tap on Authentication.
2. The app will detect the installation of the IB Key and will suggest a course of action - either an
automated migration (Figure 5) on an update and then automated migration.
You can as well choose to manually migrate at a later point.

Figure 5                                                 Figure 6                                                 Figure 7

After the migration is completed, should you run the IB Key standalone application - the one you have
authenticated with in the past - you will see the following screen (Figure 8).

Figure 8


Daily Operation

A. Nothing changes in the daily login experience if you have an Internet connection - the Seamless
Authentication process will be used:
1. Enter your credentials in the corresponding fields (in the TWS, Account Management, WebTrader or
IBKR Mobile). Click on Login.
2. The system will send you a notification on your smartphone’s screen - tap on it.
3. Depending on your device, present your face to the camera or fingerprint on the sensor (iOS) or
enter your PIN code (Android). The system will the automatically proceed with the login.

B. If you have no Internet connection, you will use the IBKR Mobile in Challenge-Response mode:
1. Enter your credentials in the corresponding fields (in the TWS, Account Management, WebTrader or
IBKR Mobile). Click on ‘Login'.
2. Click on the link saying “I did not receive a notification”.
3. Launch the IBKR Mobile and tap on ‘Authentication’.
4. In the field Challenge of your smartphone application enter the values displayed on the Login
Screen. Tap the ‘Generate’ button.
5. Enter the values displayed by your smartphone app into the field Response string on the Login
Screen. Click ‘Login’.


You are a user of both IB TWS and IB Key

1. Please complete first the procedure for the activation of the Authentication module of the IBKR
Mobile app (Click Here).
2. Login to the trading screen by taping on the Trade button of the Home Screen in your new IBKR
Mobile app (Click Here).


You use an IB Debit Card

1. Please complete first the procedure for the activation of the Authentication module of the IBKR
Mobile app (Click Here).
2. On the Home Screen of the IBKR Mobile app tap on the Debit Card button. The rest of the experience
is identical to what you have already used in the past.



Delayed Market Data Timing


Market data vendors typically offer exchange data in two categories, real-time and delayed. Real-time market data is disseminated as soon as the information is publicly available. Delayed market data is on a time lag that is usually 10-20 minutes behind real-time quotes.

Some exchanges allow delayed data to be displayed without any market data subscription, free of charge. A list of the exchanges we provide delayed data for at no cost and without formal request (i.e., the delayed data will be displayed upon entry of the product symbol on the trading platform) are outlined in the table below. The table also includes the corresponding real-time subscription, the fees for which are posted on IBKR's public website

Please Note:

  • Delayed quotes are not provided for U.S. stocks on live accounts due to FINRA regulations.
  • Delayed quotes should be used for indicative purposes and not necessarily for trading. The times mentioned may be subject to further delays without notice.



The Americas

External Exchange Name IB Exchange Name Delay Period Real Time Subscription
CBOT ECBOT 10 minutes CBOT Real-Time
CBOE Futures Exchange CFE 10 minutes CFE Enhanced
Market Data Express (MDX) CBOE 10 minutes CBOE Market Data Express Indices
CME GLOBEX 10 minutes CME Real-Time
COMEX NYMEX 10 minutes COMEX Real-Time
ICE US NYBOT 10 minutes ICE Futures U.S. (NYBOT)
Mexican Derivatives Exchange MEXDER 15 minutes Mexican Derivatives Exchange
Mexican Stock Exchange MEXI 20 minutes Mexican Stock Exchange
Montreal Exchange CDE 15 minutes Montreal Exchange
NYMEX NYMEX 10 minutes NYMEX Real-Time
NYSE GIF NYSE 15 minutes NYSE Global Index Feed
One Chicago ONE 10 minutes OneChicago
OPRA OPRA 15 minutes OPRA Top of Book (L1) (US Option Exchanges)
OTC Markets PINK 15 minutes OTC Markets
Toronto Stock Exchange TSE 15 minutes Toronto Stock Exchange
Venture Exchange VENTURE 15 minutes TSX Venture Exchange



External Exchange Name IB Exchange Name Delay Period Real Time Subscription
BATS Europe BATE/CHIX 15 minutes European (BATS/Chi-X) Equities
Boerse Stuttgart SWB 15 minutes Stuttgart Boerse incl. Euwax (SWB)
Bolsa de Madrid BM 15 minutes Bolsa de Madrid
Borsa Italiana BVME/IDEM 15 minutes Borsa Italiana (BVME stock / SEDEX / IDEM deriv)
Budapest Stock Exchange BUX 15 minutes Budapest Stock Exchange
Eurex DTB/SOFFEX 15 minutes Eurex Real-Time Information
Euronext AEB/SBF/MATIF/BELFOX 15 minutes Euronext Cash
Euronext AEB/SBF/MATIF/BELFOX 15 minutes Euronext Data Bundle
Frankfurt Stock Exchange and XETRA FWB/IBIS/XETRA 15 minutes Spot Market Germany (Frankfurt/Xetra)
ICE Futures Europe (Commodities) IPE 10 minutes ICE Futures E.U. - Commodities (IPE)
ICE Futures Europe (Financials) ICEEU 10 minutes ICE Futures E.U. – Financials (LIFFE)
LSE LSE 15 minutes LSE UK
LSEIOB LSEIOB 15 minutes LSE International
MEFF MEFF 15 minutes BME (MEFF)
NASDAQ OMX Nordic Derivatives OMS 15 minutes Nordic Derivatives
Prague Stock Exchange PRA 15 minutes Prague Stock Exchange Cash Market
SWISS Exchange EBS/VIRTX 15 minutes SIX Swiss Exchange
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