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Alpaca

Alpaca is a platform that provides real-time stock market data and trading services. Its purpose is to provide a simple and intuitive interface for users to view real-time stock market data and trade stocks. Alpaca allows users to view real-time stock market data and trade stocks. Alpaca is designed to be used by users who want to view real-time stock market data and trade stocks.

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Actions

Action components allow you to perform operations on the app.

Cancel All Orders

Attempts to cancel all open orders. A response will be provided for each order that is attempted to be cancelled. If an order is no longer cancelable (example: status=filled), the server reject the request. See the docs.

Cancel Order

Attempts to cancel an open order. If the order is no longer cancelable (example: status=filled), the server will reject the request. See the docs.

Close All Positions

Closes (liquidates) all of the account’s open long and short positions. A response will be provided for each order that is attempted to be cancelled. If an order is no longer cancelable, the server will reject the request. See the docs.

Close Position

Closes (liquidates) the account’s open position. Works for both long and short positions. See the docs.

Get Account Info

Returns the account info. See the docs

List Orders

Retrieves a list of accepted orders for the account, filtered by the supplied query parameters, if no filter given all will be returned, See the docs.

List Positions

Retrieves a list of the account’s open positions. See the docs.

Place Order

Places a new order for the given account. An order request may be rejected if the account is not authorized for trading, or if the tradable balance is insufficient to fill the order. See the docs.