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Time-weighted Average Price (TWAP) is the best execution strategy for spreading out the trades over a specific time period and reducing trade impact on the market

Time-weighted Average Price (TWAP) is a well-known trading algorithm which is based on the weighted average price and is defined by time criterion. TWAP is calculated for executing large trade orders. With the TWAP value, the trader can disperse a large order into a few small orders valued at the TWAP price since it is the most beneficial value.

In the case of Time-weighted Average Price, TWAP is calculated by averaging the entire day’s price bar, i.e., open, high, low, and close prices of the day. Then, on the basis of time decided to execute an order, every day’s averaged price is taken for calculating the average of the entire duration’s prices. This is known as the TWAP.

TWAP strategy is the best execution strategy for spreading out the trades over a specific time period and reducing trade impact on the market.

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