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Manual Execution

What is 'Manual Execution'

A method of trading with the help of a dealer or broker, versus trading automatically. Manual executions tend to be slower than automatic ones, in which trades are inputted quickly and often in real time, thus giving investors a time advantage. Different fees are charged by exchanges for manual executions versus automatic executions.

Explaining 'Manual Execution'

Securities traded manually require several extra steps to process the trade and can take several minutes to actually be executed. Since stock and forex markets are so fast paced where millions of transactions are done in minutes and the price of a stock or currency can rise or fall almost instantly, a manual execution could place investors at a disadvantage.


Further Reading


Dimensions of execution quality: Recent evidence for US equity markets
www.sciencedirect.com [PDF]
… Each market center separately reports the number of shares executed on its market and shares executed elsewhere but provides only aggregate execution-quality measures, regardless of where orders execute …

A taxonomy of automated trade execution systemsA taxonomy of automated trade execution systems
www.sciencedirect.com [PDF]
… Each market center separately reports the number of shares executed on its market and shares executed elsewhere but provides only aggregate execution-quality measures, regardless of where orders execute …

Capital Budget Execution, Accounting Quality and Investment EfficiencyCapital Budget Execution, Accounting Quality and Investment Efficiency
papers.ssrn.com [PDF]
… Each market center separately reports the number of shares executed on its market and shares executed elsewhere but provides only aggregate execution-quality measures, regardless of where orders execute …

Legal and economic aspects of best execution in the context of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID)Legal and economic aspects of best execution in the context of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID)
www.tandfonline.com [PDF]
… Each market center separately reports the number of shares executed on its market and shares executed elsewhere but provides only aggregate execution-quality measures, regardless of where orders execute …

A note on execution costs for stock index futures: Information versus liquidity effectsA note on execution costs for stock index futures: Information versus liquidity effects
www.sciencedirect.com [PDF]
… Each market center separately reports the number of shares executed on its market and shares executed elsewhere but provides only aggregate execution-quality measures, regardless of where orders execute …

Automated execution system having participationAutomated execution system having participation
patents.google.com [PDF]
… Each market center separately reports the number of shares executed on its market and shares executed elsewhere but provides only aggregate execution-quality measures, regardless of where orders execute …

Impact of internal controls on execution of payroll system: a case study of ministry of finance and economic affairs–Zanzibar (MoFEA)Impact of internal controls on execution of payroll system: a case study of ministry of finance and economic affairs–Zanzibar (MoFEA)
scholar.mzumbe.ac.tz [PDF]
… Each market center separately reports the number of shares executed on its market and shares executed elsewhere but provides only aggregate execution-quality measures, regardless of where orders execute …


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