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MulitCharts: Limit Order converted to MIT

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Experience: Intermediate
Platform: MultiChart
Trading: Emini ES
 
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Do you use MIT orders in MultiCharts?

How to I set up MulitCharts (for autotrading) to convert a limit order to a market order if touched (MIT)?

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