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Exporting or syncing signals from tradestation???

Postby c.alexander » Sat Jul 23, 2016 11:07 am

Hello,

This may be a long shot, but do you know if tradestation signals can be exported in real time (perhaps to sync with other software)?

Also, if this is a possibility, can tradestation be synced with the metatrader platform?

Or can anything similar be done?

Thanks.
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Re: Exporting or syncing signals from tradestation???

Postby ronald3rg » Mon Jul 25, 2016 9:06 am

Hi Alex,

I tried this in the past the best I was able to do was use the email feature which is pretty instant and then if you can adjust the alert to have the information whether it be in plain English or some sort of code and then have your third party software accept the info and interpret it the way you need it.

You may also use programs like myfxbook and others. So yes the platform is friendly to what you are asking for just need to make sure the software is compatible or write some code to make it compatible and integrate with this platform the way you need it to.

For the second question, am not sure.


Best,
Ron
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Re: Exporting or syncing signals from tradestation???

Postby Julia CJ » Tue Jul 26, 2016 1:46 am

Hi Alexander,

Or can anything similar be done?


Currently, such prepared solutions do not exist. But in fact it may be done.
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Re: Exporting or syncing signals from tradestation???

Postby c.alexander » Fri Aug 05, 2016 2:56 pm

Thank you both. In an ideal world, trading station would be able to export signals to MT4, and directly to Zulutrade. But it is how it is.

Ron, your email alert suggestion I think is the closest I’m going to get. I might try to play around with it. And I’ll look into exporting to myfxbook if it’s in real time. Thanks.
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