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Playing with algo-trading

In this post, we will explain some details of the data and concepts of the code that was prepared for the MS thesis. Since it is a somehow large project and it is being shared for anyone willing to work with it, there will be several posts where both data and concepts used for this algo-trading algorithm are shared. 350 more words

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Fixed Income Algo trading strategies

A few interesting tit-bits on Fixed Income Algo trading strategies:
- Algo-based bond strategies include but are not limited to trading on price discrepancies between Treasury cash bonds offered on the major IDB platforms and Treasury futures on futures exchanges… 114 more words

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Trading in the Fast Lane

Another image from the NYT adaptation of Michael Lewis’ new book ‘Flash Boys’. In the microseconds it takes a high-frequency trader — depicted in blue — to reach the various stock exchanges housed in these New Jersey towns, the conventional trader’s order, theoretically, makes it only as far as the red line. 28 more words

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The Future of Trading – Both Faster and Smarter

These days, high-frequency trading (HFT) is a controversial topic in economic discussions. Critics bemoan the proliferation of high-speed trading. They claim it destabilizes global financial systems, while proponents say that HFT is a natural progression in the development of new financial-trading tools. 990 more words

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Awaiting a Truly Democratic Trading Platform

Democratizing traders’ access to algorithmic trading systems serves everyone’s interests. For the sake of robust, sustainable global economic growth, it’s critically important that quantitative traders have access to affordable high-performance algorithmic trading systems, regardless of their geographic location or their amount of assets under management. 1,024 more words

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One Ring To Rule Them All

One Ring to rule them all,
One Ring to find them,
One Ring to bring them all
and in the darkness bind them.

J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring, 1954, Chapter 2… 948 more words

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