Can you tell how you solved that problem? That way it can help other futures.io (formerly BMT) members which run into the same error.
I'm sorry, but are you seriously asking what the error message "order below minimum (1000)" means? Have you tried submitting a demo order for more that 1000 units? What happened then?
Your question reveals that you haven't Googled this problem, or looked at the MB Trading FAQ, or tried to submit a order for more units, or even looked at the first page in this thread. If you had done any of these, you'd found the answer yourself. And though you might be a beginner, that's no excuse to not do your own research - otherwise you'll always remain a beginner.
Forgive my bluntness, but I'm not going to answer any of your questions any more because I'm not willing to put more time and effort in your trading than you put in your own trading and education. I mean, you want to trade right? That's why I find it disrespectful that you put so little effort into this profession, and expect that other futures.io (formerly BMT) members will do it all for you.
If you are serious about trading, there are dozen of other members here who are willing to help. Now you're just looking for a free lunch and expecting it to be brought to you by room service.
The following user says Thank You to Jura for this post:
am sorry man is just that i was trying to get the answer the easy way ur right i should have searched or just looked on the previous pages its just the problem that i found with multichart that there is not a lot of video tutorial or some help file to show u what you can do i mean in ninjatrader they have so many video that some one can learn from them.
as for the real time data well i just used the multichart 7 instead of multichartDT and it worked fine.