I am trying to implement a Tradingview/Interactive Brokers API using IB-Insync to automatically place orders with Interactive Brokers TWS via tradingview webhook alerts. I have consumed a lot of time trying to resolve why TWS API is only executing one order, and not others received and cannot work out the problem nor solution (as i ..
I would like to place an order using the native IB Python API. The code I am using for this is the following: from ibapi.client import EClient from ibapi.wrapper import EWrapper from ibapi.contract import Contract from ibapi.order import * from threading import Timer class TestApp(EWrapper, EClient): def __init__(self): EClient.__init__(self, self) def error(self, reqId, errorCode, errorString): ..
Beginner. Spent a LONG time on this before giving up. Thank you for taking my question. Writing a program to take input of one or more stock tickers (e.g. GE, EQNR, CCJ) and give information back. First step is, for the list of stocks entered, to get a list of their numerical ID numbers. Relevant ..
In Scanner data (streaming) I can find the following statement (you can find below the full code): scanData.updateEvent += onScanData What does the += mean? So, I understand that onScanData() is the event handler function that should be called when the scanData.updateEvent is fired. But why do I have a += here and not a ..
I am having problems with the TWS API in python. I am trying to retrieve option prices and strikes. Right now I have two problems: First problem: My goal is to get the strikes.To do this the code must execute the function securityDefinitionOptionParameter, which will return the strikes. To execute this function I need a ..
First, to begin with, I was successfully able to place an order using TWS API. However, for that, as I understood, I need to run the TWS desktop version in the background. But I need to run this on my remote server. So I used a 3rd party API called IBeam and created a gateway ..
My goal is to retrieve Interactive Brokers portfolio information in a timely manner by using the ib_insync lib. Interestingly information is drawn correctly right after establishing the connection to the Trader Workstation, but do not update afterwards whatsoever. Despite my research I couldn’t find a solution to this issue. Please find below a simplified example ..
Good afternoon to all, I want to get details of previous execution details in my app and I have the following error: ”’ Exception in thread Thread-8: Traceback (most recent call last): File "C:ProgramDataAnaconda3libthreading.py", line 932, in _bootstrap_inner self.run() File "C:ProgramDataAnaconda3libthreading.py", line 870, in run self._target(*self._args, **self._kwargs) File "C:ProgramDataAnaconda3libsite-packagesibapi-9.76.1-py3.8.eggibapiclient.py", line 239, in run File "C:ProgramDataAnaconda3libsite-packagesibapi-9.76.1-py3.8.eggibapidecoder.py", ..
from ibapi.client import EClient from ibapi.wrapper import EWrapper from ibapi.contract import Contract from ibapi.order import * import threading import time class IBapi(EWrapper, EClient): def __init__(self): EClient.__init__(self, self) def openOrder(self, orderId, contract, order, orderState): print(‘openOrder id:’, orderId, contract.symbol, contract.secType, ‘@’, contract.exchange, ‘:’, order.action, order.orderType, order.totalQuantity, orderState.status) def run_loop(): app.run() app = IBapi() app.connect(‘127.0.0.1’, 7497, 123) # ..
In a Jupyter notebook, I am trying to suppress Error 200 messages from the Interactive Broker’s TWS API, such as the following: Error 200, reqId 12755: No security definition has been found for the request, contract: Option(symbol=’SPY’, lastTradeDateOrContractMonth=’20210721′, strike=407.5, right=’P’, exchange=’SMART’) Error 200, reqId 12761: No security definition has been found for the request, contract: ..