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Started:October 8th, 2016 (10:59 AM) by Okar19 Views / Replies:88 / 1
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Buying once again after market closes

Old October 8th, 2016, 10:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Buying once again after market closes

Hi there,
I heard that it's possible to go back in time in TS and buy stocks in real time once again. What I mean is, let's say Friday session closed at 16. I log in paper money, set time to 9:30 again and I have chance to analyze what's going on, buy/sell stocks again etc. Any ideas how to do it and if its possible?


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Old October 10th, 2016, 06:06 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Okar19,

Tradestation doesn't have market replay build in, so I doubt that what you have in mind can be done. Someone coded a market replay tool and published it in the official TS forum (I never tested it and don't have the link to it, but it shouldn't be hard to find), but I don't think it can integrate in your simulated account either.

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