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Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. is an automated global electronic market maker and broker specializing in routing orders, and executing and processing trades in securities, futures and foreign exchange instruments as a member of more than 60 electronic exchanges and trading venues around the world.

The term “traders” is used lightly as more often than not, the trades are executed electronically with little or no human intervention. Software is created to keep a tight grip on risk parameters so that there are very few unpleasant surprises that might be associated with a human trader taking too large of a position.

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