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World's Top High Frequency Trading Exchanges for Traders.

August 26, 2014 by Lokesh Madan   Comments (0)           

 
World's Top High Frequency Trading Exchanges for Traders By Lokesh Madan
 

INDEPTH STUDY ON EXITS STRATEGIES FOR TRDAERS By Lokesh Madan

August 22, 2014 by Lokesh Madan   Comments (0)           

EXITS
STRATEGIES
FOR TRADERS

Trade Exit strategies are more complex in nature as compared to Trade In Strategies. It involves different types of analysis i.e Technical Based, Fundamental based& Quantitative based In this article we are not focusing on the timing of trade entries but to the major problem trader’s faces:  how to get out of a trade once in…… Exit Strategies,

WHY TO STUDY: EXIT STRATEGIES

In many ways, a good exit is more critical and...

For Traders, Orange Is the New Black

August 19, 2014 by Software AG   Comments (0)           

This article originally appeared on TabbFORUM at http://tabbforum.com/opinions/for-traders-orange-is-the-new-black and is reproduced here with the author's permissionBy Theo Hildyard

Unlucky flash boys could soon be wearing orange, as getting thrown into prison seems to be a new side-effect of recent regulatory crackdowns on financial services.

Market regulators are now being pushed aside by heavy hitters, with the UK’s Serious Fraud Office only one short step behind the...

The Future of Best Execution

August 19, 2014 by Fidessa   Comments (0)           

This article was originally published at the Fidessa blog, and is reproduced here with permission. By Steve Grob

I was chatting with a few work colleagues last Friday about best execution and derivatives. They confidently asserted that without real fungibility (i.e. the ability to trade the same instrument on different venues), price comparison is not possible and so any notion of best-ex was pretty meaningless.
By coincidence, I was later looking at the wording in the...

Start Trading on SGX Nifty from India Complete Details.

August 19, 2014 by Lokesh Madan   Comments (0)           

By Lokesh MadanStart Trading on SGX Nifty from India Complete Details.

Start Trading on SGX Nifty from India Complete Details.SGX Nifty – Futures & OptionsKey Features of SGX Nifty

1. International benchmark for Indian equity 2. USD-denominated 3. No FII requirements 4. Lower cost structure – Lower exchange clearing fees, No transaction and capital taxes, Interest payable on margins 5. Extended trading hours 6. Availability of cross product...

Implementing Algo Strategies on FPGAs – Part 1

August 14, 2014 by sanjay shah   Comments (0)           

This article originally appeared on Quant FORUM at http://tabbforum.com/microsites/quantforum/articles/implementing-algo-strategies-on-fpgas-part-1
Is it worth implementing algo strategies on FPGAs? The answer is that it depends on the strategies.
Today’s state-of-the-art CPUs, such as Intel’s Xeon Phi, have more than 5 billion transistors. In comparison, the largest FPGAs today have about 6.8 billion transistors. Ever since FPGAs first appeared in the 1980s, they have been...

Technology Based Risk in Indian or International Financial Market’s by Lokesh Madan.

August 14, 2014 by Lokesh Madan   Comments (0)           

Must Read - Technology Based Risk in Financial Market’s by Lokesh Madan. 

When I meet India’s & International Top Prop Desk MD or CEO.Their main concern is Not about Returns.But its Risk Which occurs due to Technology.So we short listed some important points to highlight the Risk occurs due to High Tech Technology used in financial Markets.In our conculsion we final give solution to this problem. It goes without saying that the reliance on technology in today’s...

FPGA on the Cloud for the Trading Industry

August 12, 2014 by Nicolas Karonis   Comments (0)           

Introducing the New Normal
By Nicolas Karonis, Managing Director Business Development, Enyx
 
The Cloud has always been associated with flexibility, customized service on demand, no upfront costs, ease of upscaling, no IT footprint and very competitive running costs thanks to the sharing of resources.
FPGA in the trading industry has always been associated with unbeatable latency and zero jitter but also very specific and hard to find skillsets, high initial investment costs and...

If it ain’t broke, break it

August 12, 2014 by Fidessa   Comments (0)           

This article was originally published at the Fidessa blog, and is reproduced here with permission. By Steve Grob

I was hoping to enjoy the last few weeks of summer in relative peace, but it seems that another regulatory storm is brewing. This time it’s over the unbundling of research and it all stems from ESMA’s interpretation that, under MiFID II, research is an “inducement to trade” and therefore cannot be paid for out of commissions. This threatens...