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Automated Trading, also known as Algorithmic Trading, is a form of trading that uses computer algorithms to execute trades in the financial markets. It is a form of trading that is based on pre-defined rules and parameters, and is used to automate the process of buying and selling securities. Automated Trading is used by both institutional and retail investors, and is becoming increasingly popular due to its ability to reduce transaction costs and improve the speed of execution. Automated Trading systems are designed to identify trading opportunities and execute trades based on predetermined criteria. Automated Trading systems are used in a variety of markets, including stocks, futures, options, and foreign exchange. They are used to identify trading opportunities, execute trades, and manage risk. Automated Trading systems can be used to execute trades in a variety of ways, including market orders, limit orders, and stop orders. Some of the companies in the Automated Trading market include TradeStation, Interactive Brokers, TD Ameritrade, E*TRADE, and Charles Schwab. Show Less Read more