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2018-11-09 04:43:27


I have created an Automated Trading System with Portfolio but the orders do not appear in IB.
Am I doing something wrong or they are not send at all to IB?

thank you

2018-11-09 08:15:14



Make sure you that IB is connected in QuantShare and that you have selected IB as a broker in your automated trading system.

If this still doesn't work, please send an email to support with some screenshots.

2018-11-09 08:53:35


What do you want to see on the screenshots?

2018-11-10 03:29:35


That you have select IB as a broker in your automated trading system and that IB is connected to QuantShare for example.

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