Trading U.S. markets from Wealth-Lab in Russia
Author: Lunev
Creation Date: 1/7/2013 5:41 AM
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Lunev

#1
Long time figured a simple thing. WLS is your own product Fidelity - trade only through Fidelity. But Fidelityis not working with the citizens of Russia and therefore we are not able to trade with the aid of your products and possibly pursue only backtesting and optimization. But there is one problem - example - if optimization is performed in the WLD and trade through Omega, then the signals from the two programs will be different, because the indicators are also not much different. Especially moving.I need to optimize and trade in one programme.I am love WLD.
What to do? There are other ways to solve this problem?
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Eugene

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If your U.S.-based broker of choice offers a trading API for signal execution using 3rd party software, create a "Broker Provider" for Wealth-Lab. If you can't code at this level, hire a professional software developer.
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Lunev

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I think that a lot of American brokers have "Broker Provider" to its customers. Can you tell me their names?
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Eugene

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I haven't heard of any U.S. broker offering a Wealth-Lab 6 "broker provider" extension.
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Eugene

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Hey Maxim, I've come across this thread and just wanted to give you a heads-up that what you're asking for has recently become possible. A 3rd party has created a solution for getting data from IB and automated order placement (IB broker provider). You might want to check out his forum replies for his website:

IBAutoTrader