Robinhood trading bot – How to Build a Robinhood auto-stock trader in Python (part 4)



This video is part 4 of a 7 part series on how to design a Robinhood trading bot to interact with and trade your stocks for you. If you would like to see the previous episode, Robinhood trading bot – How to Build a Robinhood auto-stock trader in Python (part 3), before watching this one, click this link:

In this video, we connect the trading strategy from “Robinhood trading bot – How to Build a Robinhood auto-stock trader in Python (part 3)” into the trader designed in “Robinhood trading bot – How to Build a Robinhood auto-stock trader in Python (part 2)”. This builds the core of our trading bot with dummy BUY and SELL commands. Our python trading bot is on its way so I hope you have been enjoying the series and enjoy the video!

Again, thank you to my brother for another fantastic editing job!

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9 thoughts on “Robinhood trading bot – How to Build a Robinhood auto-stock trader in Python (part 4)”

  1. Is it me or does the self.buffer need an OR at the i1 = buy if self.price_sma_hour < 1? so it would be 'if < 1 – buffer = buy' OR 'if > 1 + buffer = Sell' else hold (apologies, not familiar with python at all, you're my first project 😀 ty btw!! )

  2. When using build_user_profile I would get a negative number (probably because my account uses Robinhood Instant)
    Used the following to get cash instead.
    rh_profile = rh.profiles.load_account_profile()
    cash = float(rh_profile['portfolio_cash'])

  3. Great Content! When will part 5 come out? I was able to build a bot using the RSI Strategy with the help of this guide. Though, when making trades live, I do not wish to be patterned a day trader and looking to execute only 3 trades per week. It would be great to have a variable monitor how many trades made and reset every week. If you could add that in it would be a fantastic option to have!

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