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trouble trying to trade weekend

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Guest gabnic

Thanks for the answers but I am still having trouble trying to trade weekend. I placed an order on bitcoin and set stop and limit order but the market did not close the order when my trade hit the limit and I also can't see that the charts are showing any movements on wall st  and when I try to put on a trade I get the message that they cannot perform this action at the moment. Any Help would be appreciated .Thanks 

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