Redis NOSQL command driven submit order to Dukascopy JForex for Python algo forex trading

(Last Updated On: September 28, 2017)

Complete Redis NOSQL command driven submitting order to Dukascopy JForex for automated Python algo forex trading

I show how you can interface a language like to Python with Redis NOSQL to drive your orders into Dukascopy Jforex with their API

You need to follow these steps in the 2 previous videos I have here

Complete Redis NOSQL command driven submitting order to Dukascopy JForex for automated algo forex trading

Here is Python sample code:

import redis
import time

r = redis.StrictRedis(host=’localhost’, port=6379, db=0)
r.flushall()
print(“PUSH Open”)
r.lpush(“order”,”open,Sep420,EURUSD,BUY,0.001,0,20,1.15,1.30″)
print(“pause”)
time.sleep(3)
print(“PUSH close”)
r.lpush(“order”,”close,Sep420″)

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