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TradeStation API bridge to Rithmic or CQG

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Happy 2022, Traders!

Has anyone been able to write a TradeStation bridge to Rithmic or CQG using TS API v2 or v3? There is a system that actively manages automated trades that was written for TradeStation that I would like to have the flexibility to execute on Rithmic (preferably) or CQG using the API.

I'm aware that traditionally, TS users rely on email signal messaging to accomplish this, but that is a simplex (one-way) signal and wouldn't work in this situation. TS has to be able to see what got filled and then adjust stops, targets accordingly.

Also, if you are a coder who knows TS API and has expertise in writing such a bridge, I would be interested in speaking with you as well.

Any help or pointers would be very useful.


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Happy to talk about both V2 & V3 API.

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Happy to talk about both V2 & V3 API.

Hi @emartin197,

Thanks for responding.

Any chance we can set up a call to discuss this?

Please drop me a note at https://edgeclear.com/contact-us and state that I asked you to reach out to me.

Very much appreciated!

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