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4 minutes ago, sral said:

 

hello kim,

Does anyone of you who uses interactivebrokers and the one software know how to import the trades to one, one refers to the classic version  of interactive broker . IB are telling me that they closed the classic version,  the conclusion they say is to import the trades manually, is there any other way? Thanks

 

The workaround is use is to login to the new Account Management website, then go to https://gdcdyn.interactivebrokers.com/Universal/servlet/service.ClassicAmLandingServlet

I haven't done that in the last 2 weeks, but before that it was working.

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Kim -

I understand there are some issues with the integration of OptionNet with IB. But, I understand these are primarily because OptionNet does not read the fill status from IB...but, Stanislav has heroically written a Python script to transfer the IB fill status to OptionNet.

So, my question is to Kim: Do you use OptionNet to place orders to IB, or do you just use OptionNet to analyze possible positions, and manually (or use other software?) to place orders to IB? Same question, of course, for adjustments, closing orders, etc.

 

Larry

 

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1 hour ago, Flameirinhas said:

I am in the 30 Day Trial with ONE. Is it still possible to take advantage of this offer?

Thanks´ for your help!

Regards,

Fernando Lameirinhas

Please refer to the first post of this topic for details. You can have the 10% discount after the trial, but not the free 6 or 12 months membership.

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@Kim (or any other ONE user): I keep having an issue with certain positions where the PnL in the risk chart shows 0 (with "NaN%" below it), despite the fact that I have committed the trade, the trade analysis shows my correct cost basis, and am getting live streaming data via IB. I've tried restarting the software and refreshing the live data, to no avail. Have any of you had this issue? Obviously I'll contact ONE support if needed, but I thought it'd be easier to just ask the brain trust first. 

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25 minutes ago, DubMcDub said:

@Kim (or any other ONE user): I keep having an issue with certain positions where the PnL in the risk chart shows 0 (with "NaN%" below it), despite the fact that I have committed the trade, the trade analysis shows my correct cost basis, and am getting live streaming data via IB. I've tried restarting the software and refreshing the live data, to no avail. Have any of you had this issue? Obviously I'll contact ONE support if needed, but I thought it'd be easier to just ask the brain trust first. 

Not at all. Check You are in LIVE mode and within trading time. Off sesion data go nuts. Using One version Beta 2.0.53 64bits 3/11/2020

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Another question for more experienced ONE users: is it possible to add a long or short position in the underlying to a trade? I have some trades I want to model that include both option legs and a position in the underlying simultaneously. This would also be useful to help accurately reflect total PnL on trades where I take assignment at expiration and sell (or buy back) the assigned shares the following Monday. 

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On 5/2/2020 at 1:10 AM, DubMcDub said:

Ahh, that makes perfect sense. Didn't even notice that up there. Thanks, Kim. 

Hmmm... modelling the trade with a stock position works but the import of a stock position via IB trade API is not possible. At least thats the experience I made with ONE during a assignment last week with the Beta version 2.0.54 64BIT .

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