Please check this site for connecting the Rithmic data feed that we provide, with the NT license you own:
For system select Paper Trading instead of Rithmic 01.
Please also make sure that your NT license is enabled for Rithmic and can connect to the generic Rithmic Paper Trading. It if isn't, then our data feed will not show up in your copy of NT. You have to ask NT's customer support to enable Rithmic for your license.
Please note that Earn2Trade does not provide tech support to NinjaTrader or any other platform.
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When using Rithmic connections it is important to understand that while your orders will reside on their servers, the One Cancels Other (OCO) functionality of your ATM strategy requires the platform to be open and running to be executed as expected.
Both your stop loss and target orders are submitted and working on their servers, however there is no way for Rithmic to know that these orders are linked and they are unable to cancel the target order automatically if your stop is filled.
The platform must remain running in order for order cancellation to occur between your Stop loss and Target orders.
This is detailed in the connection guide for Rithmic connections, as well as the disclaimer about OCO that you accepted when configuring your connection in the platform, included it below for your reference:
- Connection guide: https://ninjatrader.com/ConnectionGuides/Rithmic-Connection-Guide "Critical: OCO (one cancels other) orders for Rithmic are locally simulated on your PC. This means that NinjaTrader must be connected to your broker in order for the OCO capability to function. If you are disconnected and one of the OCO orders are filled, the other WILL NOT be cancelled."
"Orders in a state "Accepted" or "Working" are at the exchange. If the exchange does not support a specific order type, the order will be active on the Rithmic servers.
OCO (One Cancels Other) functionality is simulated on your local PC."
In the link below to the NT forum that goes over where your orders reside, where the excerpt above is located.
Help Guide that goes over order state definitions.