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David Weisberger

Is There a Dark Pool Witch Hunt Going On?

In today's guest commentary, RegOne's David Weisberger takes a look at the evolution of dark pools and the modern day witch hunt that surrounds them.

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Nasdaq NFX Data Will be Available on the Bloomberg Professional Service

– Futures traders who want real-time market data will now be able to view it via one major vendor's system. See which one here.

Smaller Trade Size on SGX Fail to Improve Market Quality, CMCRC Reports

– The Capital Markets Cooperative Research Centre (CMCRC) has released analysis showing that the move by the SGX which lowered the minimum trade size lot earlier this year. Check out the study's findings here.

The Sellside Can Find Discretionary Order Flow, if It Knows Where to Look

– Conventional wisdom has it that discretionary order flow has become largely non-existent because the buyside has to pay for research obligations. But it is out there - and can be had, according to one consultancy.

Marco Polo New World Launches Direct FX Markets Access

– Marco Polo New World is now offering traders a new matching engine and user interface that allows traders to execute orders via DMA and get best execution in their currency trades.

Why Investors Shouldn't Trust Asia's Booming Stock Markets

– Could a lack of liquidity soon cause Asia's stock markets to crash? That question might seem fanciful at first glance. But the reality could be a lot closer than many think - here's why.

TRADERS ON THE MOVE: Tradebook Gets New Block Chief, Buysider Adrion Joins Miller/Howard

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Vanguard Joins Fidelity to Fight FSB’s Too-Big-to-Fail Proposal

– Vanguard Group Inc., the world’s second- biggest money manager, has joined the fight against a plan by the Financial Stability Board to identify too-big-to-fail investment funds, calling its proposal deeply flawed.

MDX Technology to Deliver Exegy Operational Content into Excel

– There's a new way for traders to access real-time market data from Exegy and get in delivered directly into into a desktop Microsoft Excel program for analysis.

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Standish's Amy Koch Navigates the Bond Market's Liquidity Crisis

Despite doomsday media headlines warning investors about a looming liquidity shortage in corporate bonds, Amy Koch, managing director and head of taxable fixed-income trading at Standish Mellon Asset Management, sees no reason to panic.

A Step Closer to a Fixed-Income NBBO

Will a new FINRA pre-trade transparency proposal lay the ground work for establishing a consolidated tape for the corporate bond market?

REDI Grows Into Mature Startup - Part 1

With nearly two years since its birth as an independent fintech company, chief executive officer Rishi Nangalia and chief technology officer Josh Schubkegel recently sat down with Traders to discuss where the firm's been and where it's headed.

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With Polen Capital's new Global Growth Equity Strategy, read how Julian Pick and his team are willing to wait for the perfect trading opportunity.

The Grand Bargain, or Grand Theft Auto?

With ICE's Grand Bargain proposal, it’s hard not to see the benefit to the legacy exchanges.

SEC Unanimously Votes HFT Firms Must Register with FINRA

After hinting at greater oversights, the SEC took its first step to regulating all high-frequency trading firms.

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