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Spoofing, Surveillance and Supervision

Jay Biondo, Product Manager - Surveillance at Trading Technologies, co-authored an article along with James Lundy and Nicholas Wendland, both of Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, reviewing the CFTC's regulations and expanding efforts, 21st century surveillance and supervision, as well as strategic recommendations.

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Algo Wheels and Analytics – Are the Sell Side Meeting the Buy Side's Needs?

Chris Monnery, Electronic Execution Business Development at Fidessa, shares the second part of his insights learned from a panel he moderated on the changing needs of the Buy Side from an OMS/EMS and execution perspective.

FTSE Russell Announces Details of 2018 Reconstitution

A total of 211 companies will join the Russell 2000® Index at this year’s reconstitution.

What’s Stopping Fund Launches from Really Taking Off?

In this shared article, GoldenSource examines that while there are several factors at play halting new fund launches, there remains one which is having a particular effect on the operational issues which are arise when launching.

How ETFs Change Price Discovery

DataTrek Co-founder Nicolas Colas examines how exchange-traded funds affect the pricing and behavior of underying stocks.

Cryptocurrency Trading Bible: Winning in Sideways and Bear Markets

All trading is gambling - including in cryptocurrencies, reminds guest blogger Daniel Jefferies. But he argues that chance favors the prepared mind when it comes to winning in the market.

Arresting Entropy in Commodities Trading

Mike Wilkins and Paul Dex at Fidessa share with Traders Magazine their thoughts on the challenges and necessity of cutting complexity when it comes to commodities trading IT estates.

The Origin of the Crypto Species

In this sponsored article, Thomson Reuters and Traders Magazine dissect the cryptocurrency markets and provide a more indepth look at the the issues in this viral security.

STA Files Comment Letter on Access Fee Pilot Proposal

In this shared comment letter, the Security Traders Association explains its support for the SEC's study on access fees that includes a pilot which can provide empirical data.

The FX Global Code: The EU Shows Support

Guest commentator Jason Merritt offers his views on the adoption of the Global FX Code among some of the EU's most prominent institutions.

Cboe Questions Access-Fee Pilot

With the comment period over for the US Securities and Exchange Commission's proposed access-fee pilot, exchange operator Cboe Global Markets wants to call a flag on the regulator's play to move the pilot forward.

The Split to Restructure Equity Markets

Kelvin To, founder of Data Boiler technologies, spoke with Traders Magazine about the importance of the SEC's access fee pilot, how it should assist in restructuring the equity market and questions just who it should help.

Low Touch Trading - The Transition from Algos to Service

Chris Monnery, Electronic Execution Business Development at Fidessa, shares his recent LinkedIn article following a panel he moderating on the changing needs of the Buy Side from an OMS/EMS and execution perspective.

Greenwich Says the Future of Investing is “Quantimental"

New Greenwich Associates report analyzes the impact and future of quantitative investing.

Equity Market Innovation Leads to Venue Proliferation

Several startups are planning to launch either new venues or order types, and even listing standards, to solve problems in US equity trading.

European Buy-Side Looks to Automation, not Artificial Intelligence, to Slash Costs

The WBR report assesses the current cost control struggle and operational challenges facing European asset managers and institutional investors, with some staggering findings.