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AUTO ROBO TRADING

Robo Trading is a kind of software which acts a bridge between your Charting Software and trading terminal. What it does is if u got a entry/exit signal in your charting software, it automatically places order with predefined details... It does not require human intervention.


Our Robo-Trader is the most intuitive software in the robotics / automated Trading industry in india. It minimize the tension of the trader and help him to maximize his profit in trading.

How it Works?

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Once the signal is generated- depending on the specified strategy - orders for protective stop-losses, trailing stops and also profit targets will be set in the Robo Trader and pass the Signals to Nest Trader for order execution. These all happens in micro seconds.   Upon receiving the signal details (Buy or Sell) from Robo Trader, respective order will be placed in the Nest Trader at the nearest price available. Order taken price may differ from Chart/Robo Price, based on the market movement.

 

 

Features

 

1. Automatic BUY, SELL, STOP LOSS & TRAILING STOP LOSS

2. Multiple order places in less than a second

3. Demo / Real time trading options

4. Robot understands both Manual orders & Robotic orders

5. Trade both in Commodity and Stock Segments

6. Robot system with artificial intelligence

7. Single click Manual Square-off option is available.

8. Option to choose only BUY or only SELL or BOTH available.

 

 

Subscription

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What you pay

Monthly Rental : Rs.10,000
+
One time Setup Cost : Rs. 25,000
What you get

Robo Trader
Data
Strategies
Virtual Private Server

 

 

Advantages of Robo Trading

Minimize Emotions. Automated trading systems minimize emotions throughout the trading process. By keeping emotions in check, traders typically have an easier time sticking to the plan. Since trade orders are executed automatically once the trade rules have been met, traders will not be able to hesitate or question the trade. In addition to helping traders who are afraid to "pull the trigger", automated trading can curb those who are apt to overtrade – buying and selling at every perceived opportunity.

Preserve Discipline. Because the trade rules are established and trade execution is performed automatically, discipline is preserved even in volatile markets. Discipline is often lost due to emotional factors such as fear of taking a loss, or the desire to eke out a little more profit from a trade. Automated trading helps ensure that discipline is maintained because the trading plan will be followed exactly. In addition, pilot-error is minimized, and an order to buy 100 shares will not be incorrectly entered as an order to sell 1,000 shares.

Achieve Consistency. One of the biggest challenges in trading is to plan the trade and trade the plan. Even if a trading plan has the potential to be profitable, traders who ignore the rules are altering any expectancy the system would have had. There is no such thing as a trading plan that wins 100% of the time – losses are a part of the game. But losses can be psychologically traumatizing, so a trader who has two or three losing trades in a row might decide to skip the next trade. If this next trade would have been a winner, the trader has already destroyed any expectancy the system had. Automated trading systems allow traders to achieve consistency by trading the plan.

Improved Order Entry Speed. Since computers respond immediately to changing market conditions, automated systems are able to generate orders as soon as trade criteria are met. Getting in or out of a trade a few seconds earlier can make a big difference in the trade's outcome. As soon as a position is entered, all other orders are automatically generated, including protective stop losses and profit targets. Markets can move quickly, and it is demoralizing to have a trade reach the profit target or blow past a stop loss level – before the orders can even be entered. An automated trading system prevents this from happening.

Diversify Trading. Automated trading systems permit the user to trade multiple accounts or various strategies at one time. This has the potential to spread risk over various instruments while creating a hedge against losing positions. What would be incredibly challenging for a human to accomplish is efficiently executed by a computer in a matter of milliseconds. The computer is able to scan for trading opportunities across a range of markets, generate orders and monitor trades.

 

 

Disadvantages of Robo Trading

Mechanical failures. The theory behind automated trading makes it seem simple: set up the software, program the rules and watch it trade. In reality, however, automated trading is a sophisticated method of trading, yet not infallible. Depending on the trading platform, a trade order could reside on a computer – and not a server. What that means is that if an Internet connection is lost, an order might not be sent to the market. There could also be a discrepancy between the "theoretical trades" generated by the strategy and the order entry platform component that turns them into real trades. Most traders should expect a learning curve when using automated trading systems, and it is generally a good idea to start with small trade sizes while the process is refined.

Monitoring. Although it would be great to turn on the computer and leave for the day, automated trading systems do require monitoring. This is due do the potential for mechanical failures, such as connectivity issues, power losses or computer crashes, and to system quirks. It is possible for an automated trading system to experience anomalies that could result in errant orders, missing orders, or duplicate orders. If the system is monitored, these events can be identified and resolved quickly.