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What type of broker is best for arbitrage traders?

As an arbitrage trader, you need to use a broker that will let you earn profits quickly, keep your risk as close to zero as possible, and, most importantly, use that broker for as long as you can. Proper broker selection is therefore paramount. To choose the right broker, you need to understand the different types of brokers that exist.   Broadly speaking, there are three types of brokers: B-book brokers, STP (A-book) brokers, and…

Forex Robots (Expert Advisors)

“What is the best expert advisor on the market?” This is one of the most frequently asked questions that we get. It is also one that is very difficult to answer. It’s not unlike walking into a car dealership and asking one of the sales reps to point out the best car. The answer depends on a number of factors. One of them is the buyer’s motive. Is the buyer looking for a sports car,…

Economic news trading

This article will explore in detail how to trade the news professionally. While there are a number of ways to trade the news, professional news trading involves the use of a fast news feed. Now, what is a fast news feed? This is a service offered by a number of companies that have their own reporters installed in various places tasked with releasing news (e.g., a statistics bureau). These reporters are equipped with special information-processing…

Cryptocurrency Arbitrage: a short introduction

Arbitrage trading involves taking advantage of price differences that crop up in financial markets. Typically, for a number of reasons, the same financial asset might be trading at different prices on different platforms or exchanges. Arbitrage traders scour the markets to trade based on these differences. Until recently, arbitrage trading was limited to traditional financial assets, which meant that arbitrage trading was the preserve of larger players who had considerable resources and the necessary technology.…

Hedge Arbitrage

Before discussing our Hedge Arbitrage software, it might be useful to explain how hedge arbitrage works. Hedge arbitrage involves comparing quotes between two brokers. Suppose you have two brokers, broker A and broker B. As a hedge arbitrage trader, your job is to monitor quotes provided by brokers A and B on an ongoing basis. When a difference between their quotes is detected, you open an order.  For instance, if broker A shows a lower…

Latency Arbitrage

In this article, we’re going to discuss latency arbitrage and the tools we have developed to help latency arbitrage traders. Let’s start with the definition first. Latency arbitrage is a type of high-frequency trading based on the use of a “fast broker” that transmits quotes rapidly to the trader. LMAX and Saxo Bank are both examples of a fast broker. Both send quotes through the FIX API or ITCH protocol. These two protocols are faster…