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Josh Jones
2010-12-14 12:15:47


Once we have come up with a stratgey and backtested and are satisfied with it, is there anyway in QuantShare to connect to a broker and have it place automated trades, such as at Interactive Brokers?

Or is this software to be used for the development and testing phases of the strategy only?

Thanks.



QuantShare
2010-12-15 04:16:05

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Best Answer
We are currently working on the real-time version, which will connect to data-feeds and brokers to get real-time data.

After this version is released, we will start working on the automated trades module of QuantShare.



Jim Harrison
2011-06-15 00:47:51

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Any update here?


QuantShare
2011-06-16 05:40:41

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We are working on it. The beta release should be available in 2 months (real-time module first). Automated trades module should be available later.


Jim Harrison
2011-10-21 02:04:53

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Any updates on the Beta here?


QuantShare
2011-10-21 05:58:22

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Hi Jim,

We expect the real-time version to be released in few weeks (maybe 3-4)




Josh Jones
2011-11-30 11:07:30

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I see that the real-time module should be out anytime. Is there a tentative schedule or target date for when the automated trades module should be out? I started out learning with QuantShare and am now using Ninjatrader, but I definitely liked QuantShare better and will switch back once it's finished.


adrian suciu
2012-03-29 16:12:05

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Would be really interesting to see your software automate the portfolio123.com plugin feeds with interactivebrokers, i'll be on the sideline till then waiting for that feature.


QuantShare
2012-03-30 06:17:25

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Hi Adrian,

Can you please elaborate on the following "automate the portfolio123.com plugin feeds with interactivebrokers" ? Any examples?



Antoine
2012-04-07 01:25:25

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Hi,

I just installed QuantShare for the firt time (have a lot of experience with other platforms) and was very impressed. The lack of real-time trading just doesn't cut it. The platform is nice, price is very good, but without having it talk to external brokers (Interactive Brokers), it's kind of a bummer.

I just unistalled it for that reason, and since you promised it was a couple weeks out many months ago, I'll wait for a bunch of people to be "beta testers" before reconsidering the platform.

I'm not sure what the purpose of writing such a complex platform is if you don't want to get it to talk to brokers.

My 2 cents ;P
Antoine



adrian
2012-06-06 06:09:28

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I see you have a "portfolio123" plugin, I will wait till the platform has trading automation capabilities, trading the p123 resulting candidates.


Josh Jones
2012-09-06 14:25:10

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It's been nearly 2 years since I originally posted the first question in this thread (and nearly a year since a 3-4 week estimate was given)... I am now running an automated strategy and trading live with Ninjatrader (Mirus/Zen-Fire with Kinetick as backup). It is working... but it seems like it is constantly a battle with all the Ninjatrader quirks and buggy issues. I just wanted to see if QuantShare was any closer to releasing a version that would allow automated trading? I would be extremely interested in beta testing as well.


QuantShare
2012-09-06 19:22:43

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Hi Josh,

Please send an email to support@quantshare.com regarding beta testing.



Obuli Govindaraju
2013-07-02 08:32:43

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Let me ask the question one more time.

Where are we with respect to placing automated trades?



Lars Karlsson
2016-06-01 00:08:56

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Bumping this thread:

How does it look with the integration of automated trades in QS at this point?



QuantShare
2016-06-01 04:42:19

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Implemented and available in beta release


Alexander Horn
2016-07-09 22:04:24

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Hi QS, great news!!

Can you share the download link please? Which subscription is needed? And any special trick to activate?

.. p.d. just back after a year of doing nothing, fun to be back online..

Saludos,
Alex



QuantShare
2016-07-11 04:19:44

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H Alex,

It is automatically enabled in the Premium version.



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