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Direct Access Trading

Direct Access Trading Definition

Direct Access Trading (DAT) refers to an Internet-based order entry and execution system offered by brokerage companies that allows a client to trade directly with exchanges or other traders without broker interference. Using electronic communications networks and complicated computer software DAT provides fast order fulfillment by eliminating the third party at reduced commission rates.


Additional meaning of Direct Access Trading:

This system is preferred by day traders, where success is dependent on the speed of order execution.





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