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Partial Closures on PRT with IG and Auto Trading


TRr

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Hi,

I understand that partial closures of positions cannot be automated with IG / PRT.  Could this be confirmed before I go too far learning the PRT platform, and if true are there plans to change this?

 

Thanks for any guidance

 

TRR

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Can't be done with ProRealcode. Setting profits using SET TARGET will affect all open positions by the system. What you can do is code your entry and split the size across two different positions with the same stop but a different target. 

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