Here is the traditional multiple ibg setup I’m referencing.
Is it necessary to register each client sub-account under a new ibg? I ask in the context of scaling for adding N number of clients. Every time you add a new client I suspect you’ll have to update:
docker-compose -p quantrocket up -d
It seems the clients would have to give you username and password to set up with the
quantrocket.moonshot.allocations.yml. Is this True?
It would be fine for close family & friends, but scaling you wouldn’t want username/password access.
I’m assuming you can bypass the username/password issue if you structure using the option 3, FA orders, and doing the manual setup for an online group and have the master account allocate to sub-accounts.
BUT, then how can a moonshot strategy be used in this context? Like sending equal-weighted target signals to accounts of various sizes.
Can you comment on this sentence under option 3:
"Subsequent FA orders will not trigger a warning message. However, if you re-install QuantRocket (and thus IB Gateway), the message will appear again on your first FA order."
Does this mean every
docker-compose -p quantrocket up -d this manual step would have to be re-configured?