direct access trading

Definition

A trading platform offered by NASDAQ that permits investors to make trades on stock exchanges without requiring the services of a broker dealer. This type of platform is widely used by investors who want to capitalize on quick price movements in stocks. The direct access trading system should only be used by individuals that are experienced investors.
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