High-frequency trading

High-frequency trading,

Definition of High-frequency trading:

  1. A type of algorithmic trading in which large volumes of shares are bought and sold automatically at very high speeds.

  2. A computer-driven investment trading strategy that emphasizes high transaction volume, extremely short-duration positions, and rapid rule-based automated buying and selling. High-frequency trading is performed by computer algorithms, operated by investment companies that react to pre-specified market conditions to generate short-term profits.

How to use High-frequency trading in a sentence?

  1. According to some estimates, high-frequency trading accounts for 60% to 70% of all trades in US stocks.

Meaning of High-frequency trading & High-frequency trading Definition