Growth in Auto-Trading Systems

Leading STP broker continues to support automated Forex trading using no dealing desk order execution, no conflicts of interests and unrestricted trading conditions through the direct to markets order execution model.

Direct to market trading (STP/DMA/ECN) provides order execution directly to liquidity providers and offers an unrestricted trading platform. Traders benefit from fair and transparent trading conditions, superior order execution and full trading anonymity with no re-quotes and market execution.

Yadix has been operating as a successful STP brokerage since 2011, with specific targeting towards auto-trading systems and Scalping with high levels of execution quality and order filling through the use of leading low latency connectivity technologies.

The choice of four trading accounts (two ECN and two STP accounts) offer a variety of trading options to ensure that all EAs and auto-trading strategies can benefit from cost effective,  direct to market order execution. The popular Scalper account was initially launched to benefit Scalpers and Scalping Robots, however with low core spreads, fast execution and no trading restrictions the account is popular amongst manual, EA and news traders.

During the past two years, in keeping with the tremendous growth in auto-trading systems and Expert Advisors, the Auto-trading team has developed additional services that focus on automatic and social trading with specific focus on Expert Advisor reviews, PAMM manager options, trade copying tools and collaboration with EA developers to provide clients with added value trading services.

George Miller, from the Auto-Trading Team today said:  "As more than 70% of our clients are now using Expert Advisors, auto-trading and social-trading methods we are committed to the continual support of such strategies with our targeted services and conditions. We are happy to say we can support popular auto-trading tools like the Forex News Gun, Trio Dancer, Forex Hacked Pro and high frequency trading systems. "

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