SGL

APIs Transaction

From now on, connect your automatic trading system with SGL to obtain high-quality international bank quotes, and to make the transaction fully executed automatically. Alternatively, you can create an automated trading system, or link into an existing automated trading system for SGL, and implement the API (application programming interface) transaction.

Through standardized FIX ports or Java API application programming interfaces, SGL can provide perfect automated trading support. This solution can help customers to send orders directly to SGL order processing system. Thus they can enjoy the advantage of direct market trading under the STP trading model, as well as obtain real-time international interbank quotes, fully automated order execution, 24 hours online transactions, and competitive spread conditions at the same time.

The reason for choosing SGL.

  • C++ language compatibility
    Our API transactions are well compatible and are compatible with C++, C#, VB and other object-oriented languages, which enables you to enjoy executable trading quotes, and builds open and close account and all kinds of pending orders.
  • Advanced trading platform.
    SGL advanced trading platform system adopts the international leading STP/ECN trading technology, thus can provide customers with the advantages of direct market trading under the STP trading model, as well as obtain real-time international interbank quotes, fully automated order execution, 24 hours online transactions, and competitive spread conditions at the same time.
  • Real-time online report
    Customers can view real-time information about all accounts that are accurate to every second, and you can view the full detailed transaction information as needed.

Risk note:all foreign exchange, precious metals and CFD contract product margin trades are accompanied by significant risk and therefore are not suitable for all investors. Please be sure to invest in your own tolerable range after fully understanding the risks. For more details on the risks, please refer to SGL's risk statement.