Automated trading allow multiple brokers

(Last Updated On: May 19, 2016)

Automated trading can have multiple brokers



As I continue to roll out my weekly “Dear Abby for Traders” videos, another highly interesting question came up. One of the big advantages is that you have with automated trading is being able to execute trades in parallel on multiple brokers.

See the question-and-answer video here

 

As you know, I keep harping on about automated trading and all the benefits it brings to you. I’m praying for the Money Lords that my Qt on C++ may actually end up being a winner. If it pans out, I will be able to develop some very sexy looking trading applications that you won’t be able to see elsewhere. I really hoped that that WordPress solution would’ve worked out but oh well, the software development machine needs to keep rolling on.

 

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