Best Automated Trading Platforms

Tradingview, Ninja Trader, MultiCharts, Tradetron, Tradestation, Metatrader, Amibroker, are some of trading platforms which provides flexibility to backtest strategies and live trading.

We at Trade Vectors, assist you with 100% customization of your trading strategy on any trading platform, any broker using websocket api, REST api in Python, C++, JAVA, C#. These systems runs smoothly as a desktop software or as a web portal.



Email us at contact@tradevectors.com for automated trading and algorithmic trading software consultancy.

List of Brokers

List of Trading Platforms

List of Cryptocurrency Brokers

Trading Platform APIs Integration

This API lets brokers build a bridge to connect their backend systems to your Algo Trading System interface. The brokers then can be supported on the Trading Web Platform and/or license the Trading Platform. The same bridge is used to enable both services, but each is licensed separately - so whether you go with one or both is up to you. The integration is very simple. The broker builds a REST Web API on its own servers based on our specification so that it can be connected to your Algo Trading System. Require technical assistance or Trading API Integration service, you can contact us.

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Interactive Brokers

Open an account with Interactive Brokers
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NinjaTrader®

NinjaTrader® is our #1 recommended trading software preferred by traders worldwide including our clients.

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NinjaTrader’s award-winning trading platform is consistently voted an industry leader by the trading community. Featuring 1000s of Apps & Add-Ons for unlimited customization, NinjaTrader is used by over 500,000 traders for advanced market analysis, professional charting and fast order execution.

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Disclaimer: “NinjaTrader® is a registered trademark of NinjaTrader Group, LLC. No NinjaTrader company has any affiliation with the owner, developer, or provider of the products or services described herein, or any interest, ownership or otherwise, in any such product or service, or endorses, recommends or approves any such product or service.”

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Thinkorswim

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CTS Futures

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Lime Brokerage

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TD Ameritrade

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Charles Schwab

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Fidelity

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E*Trade

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Light Speed

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TradeStation

* Daily stock data goes back over 50 years.
* Intraday stock data goes back over 28 years.
* Daily futures data goes back as far as 69 years.
* Intraday futures data goes back as far as 36 years.
* Daily index data goes back as far as 59 years, with the Dow 30 going back to 1920.
* Intraday index data goes back over 35 years.
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Zerodha - Kite

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Angel One (Angel Broking)

Open an account with Angel One
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MasterTrust

Open an account with MasterTrust
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Sharekhan - Trade Tiger

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India Infoline (IIFL)

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GROWW

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Motilal Oswal

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FYERS

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Indira Securities

Open an account with Indira Securities
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Edelweiss

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Alice Blue

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Kotak Securities

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Upstox

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SMS Online

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5 paisa

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MetaTrader 4 (MT4) | MetaTrader 5 (MT5)

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Takion Technologies

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Amibroker

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Sterling Trader Pro

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Trading Technologies

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Multicharts

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ODIN Trading

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TradeTron

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Refinitiv NEST

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Quantpedia - List of popular trading platforms for quantitative traders

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Robinhood

Robinhood is a great option for buying cryptocurrency directly. You’ll also get to take advantage of Robinhood’s wildly popular trading commissions: $0 per trade, or commission-free, though you’ll still be paying a built-in spread markup on any trades. And if you're into more than just cryptocurrency, you can stick around for stock and ETF trades for the same low price. Robinhood's slick app makes trading so easy, though those looking for a full-featured trading experience will be disappointed.

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Webull

Though Webull may be less known than its rival commission-free trading app Robinhood, it provides investors with a solid offering that includes cryptocurrency trading. While you won’t pay commissions on crypto trades (or stocks and ETFs), Webull does charge a spread markup of 100 basis points (1 percent of the price) on either side of a trade. Several cryptocurrencies are available for trading, including Bitcoin, Ethereum and Cardano. Charting tools and an impressive mobile app make Webull a broker worth considering.

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Binance.US

Binance is a specialized trading platform that allows you to buy and sell digital currencies, including the largest such as Bitcoin and Ethereum but also dozens of other much smaller coins, too. In total, you’ll have access to around 60 cryptocurrencies. The commission structure at Binance is low and only gets cheaper the more you trade. Trading fees start at 0.1 percent of your trade value (i.e., $10 for every $10,000 traded) and fall from there, depending on your trading volume over the prior 30 days.

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Coinbase

Coinbase is a specialized cryptocurrency-focused platform that allows you to trade digital currencies directly, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Solana and Tether. In total, you’ll have access to more than 100 cryptocurrencies. You’ll also be able to store your coins in a vault with time-delayed withdrawals for additional protection. The exchange’s commission structure is steep. It charges a spread markup of about 0.5 percent and adds a transaction fee depending on the size of the transaction and the funding source, though its Pro platform is cheaper.

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eToro

eToro offers cryptocurrency trading commission-free, but like many other brokers it charges a spread based on the cryptocurrency being traded. You’ll pay a markup of 75 basis points for Bitcoin, but more obscure cryptocurrencies can run closer to 500 basis points, or 5 percent. One major feature at eToro is CopyTrader, which allows you to follow and identify other top traders on the platform and copy their trades. Be sure to do your research before committing to this strategy.

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Kraken

Kraken is a cryptocurrency exchange that allows you to trade in dozens of different digital currencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, as well as emerging ones such as Cardano and Solana. You’ll pay a 1.5 percent fee, or 0.9 percent for stablecoins, plus additional fees if you’re using a card and funding through a bank. More active traders can benefit from a premium tier called Kraken Pro, where the fee range declines to 0.16 percent to 0.26 percent. Kraken is not yet available to residents of New York and Washington state.

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Trading View

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Zebu Trade