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Introduction

This document describes the Financial Information Exchange (FIX) interface for trading equities with DriveWealth, LLC.

This document describes the Financial Information Exchange (FIX) interface for trading equities with DriveWealth. It specifies the subset of the FIX messages and fields supported by the interface. It is intended to be read in conjunction with the FIX Protocol Specification. This FIX interface is based on version 4.2 of the FIX Protocol Specification. The interface supports a streaming trading model. When streaming market data, price updates will be sent until the client disconnects. The interface also supports trade capability that allows clients to send in orders (NOS), cancel open orders (CXL), request resting order status, and receive execution reports (EXEC).