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Methods and systems for trade cost estimation










Image Number 16 for United States Patent #7941360.

In one aspect, the invention comprises: (a) calculating an average bid-ask spread of securities; (b) calculating values associated with one or more markets; (c) receiving and storing data regarding an order size for the securities; (d) receiving and storing data regarding an average daily volume of the securities traded on a specified market; (d) calculating data regarding expected historical volatility over a trading interval of the securities; (e) calculating data regarding an average rate of trading over the trading interval of the securities; and (f) calculating an estimated cost of trading the securities using data comprising a formula based on the average bid-ask spread, the values associated with one or more markets, the data regarding order size, the data regarding average daily volume, the data regarding expected historical volatility, and the data regarding an average rate of trading over the trading interval.








 
 
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