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Probacktest wrong entry and exit time

Guest Jimmyboy


Guest Jimmyboy


i have a few proorder autotrading running. but today when i went and check on the probacktest, i notice the entry and exit time is different from my algo. note: i have not made any changes to my algo.

eg my algo entry time is 4am SG time and exit is 9.30pm SG time

the probacktest now show entry time 12am SG time and exit is 5.30am

my live algo seems running at my intended timing and seems ok

pls investigate and let us know


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Is this something that has changed recently?

My guess is that proorder servers runs somewhere in Europe and if you use "Time" in the code the time will be in that timezone?

You could try to change the timezone in the backtest


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thanks for replying. i am aware of the timezone feature and had not made any changes to it or any of my algo. i just login one day and look at my probacktest results and was shocked that the entry and exit time is different. however, my live algo seems ok. this is quite a worry for me and i cant ignore it. can someone from IG help?

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