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Dennis Schutten
2020-06-26 11:08:30


I have a system in which have this :

SetSimTiming(_Sell,_Close,1);
SetSimTiming(_Buy,_Close,1);

I have also build a portfolio from this. Now how does this work with actual daily life trading?
When are the orders executed? I expect tommorrow at the close. So this means 24 hours after a portfolio order is generated. Is this correct?




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2020-06-29 12:11:02

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EOD portfolio orders are not sent automatically. You will get the order in the portfolio and then you can execute it when you want.


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