Tradovate does not interfere with order flow going to the exchange, direct orders to unaffiliated market makers or executing firms, and is not on the other side of customer trades, like a FX or CFD dealer. Customer orders are routed directly to the exchange to be executed in the respective trade execution facility (Globex for CME Group exchanges) and then sent to the respective clearing house (CME Clearing for CME Group exchanges) for clearing, settlement, matching, post-trade processing, margining, and marking-to-market. Tradovate does not interfere with or manipulate customer trade throughout this process.
Articles in this section
- Are there any additional costs involved?
- How can Tradovate offer commission-free trading?
- Why doesn’t Tradovate charge commissions in the Membership Plans?
- Is Tradovate only for active traders?
- Does Tradovate have any job openings?
- What is Tradovate?
- Why doesn’t Tradovate charge for its software?
- Does Tradovate interfere with or get paid for order flow?
- Is Tradovate a market maker or dealing desk?
- How can I contact Tradovate?