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QTrader and Spread Trading

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Experience: Beginner
Platform: TT
Broker: TT, Quandl
Trading: futures
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I've entered a synthetic spread into a QTrader DOM as shown bellow. I'm also displaying the individual DOMs.

I'm wondering if I can enter limit orders on this "spread" DOM, where it enters with a limit order with the first leg, then immediately sends a market order for the second leg. I'm also interested in setting stops and targets on the same spread DOM.

This is everything I could find in the QTrader help section at CQG: http://help.cqg.com/qtrader/#!Documents/netchangetrading.htm

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