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These are not PROFESSIONALS attention out there.

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@elmi: Let me just try to summarize what can be see from the logs:


(1) A sell limit order was manually placed for 1 contract of TF 06-14 at 11:10:57 AM. The limit price was 1099.1.

(2) An attempt was made to cancel the sell limit order at 4:06:02 PM

(3) The order could not be cancelled and was filled at 4:06:33 PM at the limit price.


Interpretation: The order could not be cancelled, because the limit price was too close to market price.


I must say that I am really confused with the time stamps on those messages. They do not seem to match. If the order was executed at 4:06:33 PM, price must have been below the sell limit price of 1099.1 prior to 4:06 PM, and hit that level between 4:06:33 and 4:07:00. Otherwise it is not clear why this order was executed at 4:06:33.

My understanding is that you entered the sell limit order at 11:10:57, that is about 5 hours prior to its execution. However, I cannot find a 5-hour period on my TF 06-14 chart, where price was below 1099.1. Therefore this is impossible.

Could you please

-> explain which is timezone used for the log file
-> mark the execution of the order on your chart
-> and explain why the order had not been executed prior to 4:06:33 PM

With this information it should be easier to understand the case.

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Also I sanitized the broker name (i hope you understand why) but I left the name on the order to show that this is the a real one.
I post this to show that :
1) something happens to me ending up with a loss of 800 one contract ! , so be aware that that may be happen to other people as well.
2) To see if there are people out there to help to find a solution to that loss.

I don't understand why you don't mention the broker name. Especially if you want to warn other people against this (allegedly) unprofessional broker, a name is pretty basic info.

If you don't want to out of fear for repercussions from your broker, you might want to remove your full name from this thread.


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Seems pretty simple that he copied their response.

I see now, in hindsight. Wouldn't have hurt though to be more explicit or use the quote button for what's it for.

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