High-Frequency Trading

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    Discover how the TVIX loses up to 90% of its value annually and who are the largest ...
  2. IEX vs. Black Pools: Tale of Two Indexes

    Learn the story behind the Investors Exchange Group (IEX) and black pools, which ...
  3. The IEX Index: 5 Reasons You Should Care (RY, ...

    Discover five reasons why every investor should care about how Brad Katsuyama and ...
  4. Four Big Risks of Algorithmic High-Frequency ...

    Algorithmic HFT has a number of risks, and it also can amplify systemic risk because ...
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    Robo-advisors are the hot thing in investment management. Is one coming to a retirement ...
  6. Basics of Algorithmic Trading: Concepts and Examples

    Algorithmic trading makes use of computers to trade on a set of predetermined instructions ...
  1. (TVIX) VelocityShares Daily 2x VIX Short-Term ...

    Discover how the TVIX loses up to 90% of its value annually and who are the largest ...
  2. The IEX Index: 5 Reasons You Should Care (RY, ...

    Discover five reasons why every investor should care about how Brad Katsuyama and ...
  3. The World Of High Frequency Algorithmic Trading

    What’s behind the scenes of HFT? Here's a detailed look at the breakneck world of ...
  4. High-Frequency Trading Regulations (ETFC)

    Current regulations on high-frequency trading, and possible future ones. How some ...
  5. You'll Lose Profits Without This Trading Strategy

    A trading edge defines your technical or strategic advantage in the highly competitive ...
  6. Trade Weekly & Up Your Reward Potential

    Weekly patterns sidestep the HFT maelstrom by aligning trade entries and exits with ...
  1. What are some high-profile examples of wash trading schemes?

    Examine the RBC Bank wash trading case and explore the potential wash trading challenges presented by high-frequency trading ...
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