For security purposes, some brokers use a token when you log in to their platform. If you are inactive for long periods of time, or you log in a second time, the original token becomes invalidated. If you log in to Ticker Tocker, authenticate with your broker, and then log into your broker's order management system, you can invalidate the token that Ticker Tocker uses from your broker. In those instances, your order will not go through to your broker. Additionally, if you log in to Ticker Tocker, authenticate with your broker, place a trade, and then log into your broker's order management system, you might not be able to exit your open position until you re-authenticate your broker through Ticker Tocker.
Articles in this section
- What are the different trade ideas on how can I start showing performance results?
- Is there a limit to how many newsletters I can publish?
- How are the leader’s performances derived?
- As a leader what are the different ways I can monetize my content?
- What is a chat commentary system & what do different colors represent?
- Can you pull up old broadcasts as a subscriber?
- What is the different between a stop market order and stop limit?
- What is the meaning behind the different types of orders?
- What is Drag & Drop?
- What is a Tocker Score?