It is based on the idea of using a set of rules or parameters to make decisions about when and how to enter and exit trades. A set of instructions or an algorithm is fed into a computer program and it automatically executes the trade when the command is met. The algorithm can be based on a number of input points like price, timing, quantity, or other metrics. It helps traders reduce their risk by allowing them to take advantage of market opportunities quickly and efficiently. It helps to increase profits by taking advantage of market movements more effectively than manual trading.
Why is it helpful?
Trade based on logic
Track bigger portfolio
Faster order execution
Timely entry & exits
For Option Traders
Execute high-frequency trades with risk management tools that help you to get insights into your trading risks. We have a complete suite of Option algo strategies to suffice all your trading needs like Alt Z, 4-leg Strategy - Alt X, 6-leg cross butterfly etc.
India's best option trading platform
Fully Automated low latency high frequency order routing system.
Complete suite of Option, Arbitrage and Execution Algos.
Multi - Asset Trading :- Equities, Futures, Options, Commodity.
Advance Option Strategy will help user trade upto 4 leg strategies in options.
For Technical Traders
Manage your portfolio & risk in the most dynamic manner by coding your strategy on python, .net, node js, rest API, etc., or use charting software like Amibroker or Ninjatrader. Test your trading strategies using virtual money in a real-time environment before you apply.
How do I get started to start algo trading?
Step 1: Get a trading strategy in computer code. For this, you can either Buy a predefined algo trading strategy OR code your own trading strategy.
Step 2: Get NSE & BSE data feed.
Step 3: We provide an execution API that connects your strategy with our trading platform.
Step 4: Start trading
How do I code my trading strategy?
You can code your strategy either via coding software like python, java, c++, etc. or use charting software like Amibroker or Ninjatrader. These charting software have their own coding language. You can contact us to know more.
Why do I need NSE & BSE data feed?
The strategy you created will work only when it's supported with Live data of stocks like price, quotes/volume etc.
Who can use algo-trading in the stock market?
Anyone with or without trading experience can do algo-trading.
Are there any trials available?
Yes. Contact us to know more.
How can I login to TradeTron?
Make sure you have an account with us. You can then log in to Tradetron by entering your trading app's user ID & password.
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Risk disclosures on derivatives : 9 out of 10 individual traders in the equity futures and options segment, incurred net losses. On average, loss makers registered net trading losses close to 50,000. Over and above the net trading losses incurred, loss makers expended and an additional 28% of net trading losses as transaction costs. Those making net trading profits, incurred between 15% to 50% of such profits as transaction costs.