Creating Automated Trading Systems Using Interactive Brokers
  1. Creating Automated Trading Systems Using Interactive Brokers: Introduction
  2. Creating Automated Trading Systems Using Interactive Brokers: Why Automated Trading
  3. Creating Automated Trading Systems Using Interactive Brokers: Automated Trading With Interactive Brokers

Creating Automated Trading Systems Using Interactive Brokers: Introduction

Interactive Brokers Group, Inc., known by traders as "IB," is an automated global electronic market maker and broker specializing in routing orders and executing and processing trades on more than 90 global electronic exchanges and trading venues. As a direct market access broker geared towards professional and active traders, Interactive Brokers (IB) provides an advanced order management, trade execution and portfolio management platform with electronic access to stocks, options, futures, forex, bonds and mutual funds. This article will introduce the various options that traders and investors have for implementing automated trading systems within the Interactive Brokers trading platforms.

Creating Automated Trading Systems Using Interactive Brokers: Why Automated Trading

  1. Creating Automated Trading Systems Using Interactive Brokers: Introduction
  2. Creating Automated Trading Systems Using Interactive Brokers: Why Automated Trading
  3. Creating Automated Trading Systems Using Interactive Brokers: Automated Trading With Interactive Brokers
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