The Mission of One Second Trades a division of our Webtrading Traders Portal website is providing traders with knowledge for trading commodity futures, forex markets, stock indices and the stock market, with incredibly fast 1 Second Trades, which are now possible (only available in some markets like the S&P-500 for example, and via selected brokers) to help make profits!
Execution of your trade starts when you first call your futures or stock market broker to buy or sell a commodity futures contract, indices or stock shares, or placing your trade-entry or trade-exit order online via your online-brokers account. That is the beginning of the process of executing your trade. Your broker then transmits your trade order to the market to be filled. This is known as trade execution.
Thanks to today's amazing electronic trading technology it's now possible to execute some trades (stock indices in particular) incredibly fast, in as rapidly as a truly stunning 1-second time frame from start to finsish! At this time, fast 1 second trade executions are only available at some brokerage firms and only in some markets, i.e. the S&P market.
With that said, there are other futures and stock indices, stocks, forex and futures markets which can also expect to make 1-second trades (or at least faster trade executions) in the future.
Exactly where and how your order is executed impacts the speed and overall cost of every trade you make, including the price you end-up paying for the stock index, commodity futures, or individual stock.
For more details about the trade execution process, you can request a copy of the publication titled 'What Every Investor Should Know About Trade Executions' which is available upon request via your broker. We have detailed information about trading risk at CARElogic.com.
Of course, fast 1-second trades can help traders be more successful by being able to buy and sell the market much more rapidly than was ever possible in the past. That's especially applicable when day trading stocks and stock index markets like the S&P. More information about stock market trading and day-trading stocks is at td stocks. Also, please read our trading tip of the day.
For your information, automated 1-Second-Trades are executed by brokers using the "National Best Bid and Offer" system by regulation of the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission requiring brokers to execute trades at the best available bid and ask price when buying or selling securities.
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