I have a model in ES that reallywell with comision of one dollar per side, is an scal system but with a target of 0.5, two ticks, somebody thinks that is possible to automated this model and obtain really similar results than the backtesting, is using all time limit orders.. what is your recomendation.. use a fast process information software with colacation system... like matlab or type all in exe file and put in location service.. you think will be possible... what is your opinion with this types of strategies
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the thing is that i have a system that enter position always with limit orders, in the back testing appear really nice the results, trade too much like 70 trades per day, and the target is two ticks, my question is to know what is solution, or wich platform or lines to use to obtain that results and best and faster execution with this scalping models.
Did you find a way to make this work? I have looked at backtesting with 2-3 ticks target and they look interesting but have never moved forward with them because of very similar questions/concerns like yours. So interested to know how your experience turned out to be. Thanks