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If C2 Autotrade Gen3 is actively managing a strategy, and Gen3 is manually stopped, then all open positions of the strategy are sold.
What if Gen3 is actively managing a strategy, and
a manual limit order is entered in my brokerage account.
Gen3 stops. but strategy positions are not sold.
I immediately restart Gen3.
1. If I did not restart Gen3 right away, would my strategy positions be sold because Gen3 had stopped?
2. Later in the day, when the limit order is executed, will Gen3 stop again? Will my positions be sold because Gen3 has stopped?
A Gen3 "short sale" order is rejected because broker does not have shortable shares. Gen3 repeats the order about every 15 minutes.
3. Is there a cut off time when Gen3 will give up resubmitting the order?
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