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Can the MC replay function be a simulator

I am wondering if it's possible to insert entry/exit points on chart in such a way that allows the replay function to work like a real-time trading simulator?

It would be good to trade and have the P/L calc automated while the replay function is being run like a flight simulator.

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ptcm,

not by default, but you could create something like this for sure. It will require some work though, as you basically need to do everything yourself - keep track of fills, compute PnL etc..

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That's the path I had to take. I created my own signal which would initiate trades on mouseclick + shift / Ctrl etc . Then when each trade was closed, a function would write the trade results out to a text file. I then imported the trade results into excel / Google sheets to analyse the data.

The process is a bit convoluted but It worked.

MC support have stated it's not possible simulate trades in replay even with the new Simulated Account in the latest release.

You could put in a PM on the MC website as a request, but I wouldn't think it would be a high priority for them. It's a shame as the addition of that feature for discretionary traders would be fantastic.

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This might help you get started. I'm sure there are better coders out there that can help. But here is where I started.

I used a mix of these two scripts and combined them to get to the point I had something functional.

Submit orders with mouse clicks in MultiCharts | TradingCode.net - This helped with the mouseclick orders

Trade Recorder Function And Strategy - System Trader Success - this was the basis of the trade recorder script I used for the export.

Hope that helps!

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