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High-Frequency Trading (HFT)

High-frequency trading (HFT) is a type of trading that moves lots of orders in a short period of time using potent computer programs. It analyzes several markets and executes orders in accordance with the state of the markets using sophisticated algorithms. Generally speaking, traders with the quickest execution times are more successful than those with slower times. HFT is distinguished from other trading styles by its high order-to-trade ratios and high turnover rates. Citadel LLC, IMC, Tower Research Capital, Virtu Financial, and Tradebot are the principal high-frequency trading companies in the United States.

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