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General Discussion · Interactive Broker's Scale trader
JohnyYuma
msg #155863
2/19/2021 9:59:02 AM

Folks

Do you know of any broker which provides the same functionality as Interactive Broker's 'Scale Trader' but in the Commission-free platform?
This is basically an algorithm where you can put in a buy order in steps (basically buy 100 shares at 10, 9.90. 980, 9.70 and so on) AND you can also enter a sell order with a predetermined profit - e.g. say $ 10.
The beauty of this is that you can rinse and repeat - meaning once the sell order is filled, it will automatically re-create the old buy order without manual intervention.
This is available in their PRO version - but I skim in small dollar amounts so that their minimum $1 commission, both ways, wipes off most of my profit on each trade.
Appreciate your help in advance
Thanks

General Discussion · IBs Scale Trader
JohnyYuma
msg #150106
1/4/2020 10:23:30 AM

For those of you, who may be interested - IB is planning to make Algos available for a charge, in their IBRKR LITE Program - free trades - the charges are not yet mentioned on their Web Site Yet
Thanks

General Discussion · IBs Scale Trader
JohnyYuma
msg #149417
10/25/2019 11:12:42 AM

Folks

Does anyone know if any commission-free trading platform has the same functionality as Interactive Broker's 'scale trader' Algo - basically what this algo does is let you enter a large position by scaling in at lower prices and specifying the profit offset in advance AND ALSO re-activating the same order again once both the sides have completed. This does not require any manual intervention

I checked Think or Swim - which is free now - but could not find anything similar

IBRKR also has a free - LITE - trading platform but they do not provide this algo in the Free LITE trading platform

Any information will be highly appreciated

Thanks in advance

Filter Exchange · Sorting Thread messages
JohnyYuma
msg #52246
6/15/2007 11:36:26 AM

All

Is there a way to default the thread messages so that the most recent one shows in the beginning/at the top i.e. I do not have to click the pages link to get to the last page

Thanks for your help in advance

General Discussion · I Need A Suggestion For An On LIne Broker
JohnyYuma
msg #52244
6/15/2007 11:34:12 AM

Try 'Bracket Orders' with Interactive Brokers

Thanks

StockFetcher 2.0 Beta · Side-by-side multi-chart display
JohnyYuma
msg #51548
5/12/2007 12:07:43 PM

Stockfetcher

Any update on the requested feature ?

Thanks

General Discussion · Parameter Values for Support/Resistance
JohnyYuma
msg #51544
5/12/2007 9:50:34 AM

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General Discussion · Parameter Values for Support/Resistance
JohnyYuma
msg #51535
5/11/2007 1:06:38 PM

Folks

Can you let me know what are the most ideal values for the 3 parameters for Support and Resistance ?
- I am not day-trading but doing swing-trading (holding period is in days)

Appreciate your help in advance

Thanks
Johny

StockFetcher 2.0 Beta · Please add layout so I can remove Filter and Results Windows
JohnyYuma
msg #50288
2/27/2007 5:27:06 PM

Ditto for me too

Once I have run my filter, I do not need it to take up screen space

Hope you can fix this

Thanks


Filter Exchange · Up / Down
JohnyYuma
msg #50253
2/25/2007 10:01:33 PM

TRO

Thanks

Appreciate it


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