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Calcutta, India
 
Experience: Intermediate
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Hi folks,
I have build an alternative to the chart trader. It is a NT strategy and works as an alternative to the inbuilt chart trader.

Please see the utube vdo to get an rough idea on the functionality of chart trader.



Download it from here:


feedback from members is highly appreciated.

cheers

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I sort of remember an older version of ChartTrader that used a Buy and Sell button on the menu bar. Do you have that version for NT7? If so, would you consider publishing it and possibly make a few enhancements?

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here it is

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Thanks bukkan!

I had to comment out the OCO orders for the long enrty. Otherwise, it works perfectly.


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Since ChartTrader is disabled when running a strategy, a second chart with ChartTrader is necessary to use ChartTrader's features. That's why I was excited to read about "ChartTraderIndicator by bukkan. My thinking was that I could use the indicator and run a strategy and Charttrader on the same chart, saving screen real estate. Maybe I'm doing something wrong, but even with ChartTraderIndicator loaded on my chart, the ChartTrader feature is not allowed when I load my strategy. Can anybody help me figure this out?

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Hello,

great tool. I would like to ask if its possbile to do an exit for a certain quantity in the charttrader with the 2 buttons.

I found a humble way with using "BuyToCover" but I couldnīt find how to cancel the corresponding stop/or stop with same quantity.

Thank you in advance for an hint.

Best regards
Tony


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Hi folks,
I have build an alternative to the chart trader. It is a NT strategy and works as an alternative to the inbuilt chart trader.

Please see the utube vdo to get an rough idea on the functionality of chart trader.



Download it from here:


feedback from members is highly appreciated.

cheers


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you got to assign an object to the order and use the CancelOrder method to cancel the order

IOrder order = EnterLongLimit(.....);

//to cancel the order
if (order != null && order.OrderState != OrderState.Filled) CancelOrder(order);

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