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What I mean is I would like to be able to trade a high number of trades(contracts) on any given instrument. I would like to have computers with enough processing power, ram and hard drive space to allow such trades into the 100's and low thousands of contracts.
I would also like back up systems to allow redundancy.

Well to trade high volumes of contracts in any given contract, I would rely on the use of the order qty.

Or am I missing something here. Just send a single order with the qty you want. Should be able to do it on a 386...

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