HFT Turbo Options Algorithms

TurboOptionTrading understands that more than 70% of equity trades in the US are executed through algorithmic trading and we’ve compared all “human vs. machine” and HFT trading platforms and we decided to build our own that beats the HFT robots with our ultra-high frequency trading systems.

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TurboOptionTrading.com will be featured in the upcoming high frequency trading documentary “GhostExchange“. Watch the trailer or Purchase on iTunes for $9.99.




How do we beat the machines? It’s simple, watch our live HFT in action during live market hours and witness how we beat the most advanced high frequency trading robots in the world each and every trading day.


Sign up for our free trial and learn more about how you can constantly beat the machines and US markets! Beating high-frequency trading robots in the equity and option pits is what we live for.


Since the inception of HFT robots, TurboOptionTrading has been there using complex mathematical market maker trading formulas designed to keep the retail investors and traders 1 step behind the market. We work 7 days a week to help bring you the best HFT trader development. The old day trading education model is 100% outdated and doesn’t work!


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Statistically 80% of all options traders lose money, the same percent holds true for retail day traders who have a 95% disadvantage because high-frequency trading accounts for over 70% of equity trades in the United States. TurboOptionTrading teaches how directional price movements the high-frequency trading models were used to scam investors and traders out of millions.


High frequency trading (HFT) started catching media attention leading up to the Stock Market “Flash Crash” on May 6, 2010 which was accurately predicted by TurboOptionTrading.com on 4/24/2010 when we said markets needed a 10% haircut.  How did we know markets were going to correct? There have been many flash crashes in the history of the stock market but HFT hadn’t played as large of a role.