Simulated full lifecycle ordersR ather than simple signals to buy and sell, Seer uses actual broker order objects within it's backtesting and auto-trading framework. Using simulated full lifecycle orders during backtesting allows the building and testing of complex position sizing and risk management strategies as all cash balances, positions and orders are known at each point during the backtesting process.
When it's time to paper trade the trading system (against a broker) or auto trade for real all your order handling logic will just work with the connected broker.
Multiple orders (in all directions) active at the same time for a single instrument (ie, bracket orders supported) Multiple orders from multiple instruments active at the same time Pyramid into/out of positions Orders can be modified and cancelled programtically by your logic (even when orders are live at a broker) Orders can be created via NextBarOpen which creates limit and stop prices based upon the next tick to arrive Implicit, explicit and broker (when automatic trading) OCA (One Cancels All) groups Implicit TIF (Time In Force) option makes coding simpler for many systems OnFill event handler allowing your logic to be executed when an order fills (backtesting and auto trading) Auto trading broker specific order options (TIF, OCA etc) Attach user specific data to an order allowing to you map an order to specfic logic that created it
Seer provides the following order handling features:
Real broker order processing benefits
- Seer uses actual broker order objects within it's backtesting and auto-trading framework
- Using simulated full lifecycle orders during backtesting
- Allows the building and testing of complex position sizing and risk management strategies
- Logic will just work with the connected broker
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Real Broker Order Processing
Seer uses actual broker order objects within it's backtesting and auto-trading framework.