TradingView dispatches alert messages using the HTTPS protocol. To receive these alert messages, the trading bot needs an HTTP server. Upon receiving the alert messages, the trading bot decodes them and places orders with Interactive Brokers accordingly.
Introduction In this section, you will learn how to control TradingBoat using environment variables in a DotEnv file. TradingBoat consists of several software components, such as TBOT, Redis, TVWB (Flask), and NGROK. These components can either run as part of the Docker-based TradingBoat or on other cloud computing platforms, such
In this demonstration, we explore the interaction between Tradingview, the Trading Robot (Tradingboat), and Interactive Brokers. Tradingview generates alert messages, which are sent to TradingBoat. TradingBoat then places orders with Interactive Brokers using the TWS Workstation. The session showcases the flow of message data between the components and the user
TBOT on TradingBoat is a cutting-edge open-source trading bot that revolutionizes the way traders bridge the gap between backtesting/forward testing and real trading. By seamlessly connecting TradingView to Interactive Brokers, TBOT enables traders to deploy and customize their own trading strategies with ease. Gain valuable insights, test strategies, and