Commentary

Tim Quast
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We're All HFTs Now

In this guest commentary, author Tim Quast looks back at the history of HFT and how the market has evolved to where many firms now fit the definition of high-frequency trader.

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December 1997 Edition

News

Next Nasdaq

By John A. Byrne

Automated Pink Sheets

By John A. Byrne

Odd-Sixteenths

By John A. Byrne

Nasdaq Settlement

By John A. Byrne

Levitt's Latest Foe Is Sen. Lauch Faircloth:Powerful Figure Could Hurt Levitt's SEC Renomination

By Jeffrey L. Winograd

STA Survey Will Be Published This Month

By Jeffrey L. Winograd

Traders Fight Nasdaq's Proposed Trading System

By Jeffrey L. Winograd

NASD Plan Could Boot Some Companies Off Bulletin Board

By Staff Reports

DTC Will Lose Trade Confirmation Monopoly

By Staff Reports

Questions About Nasdaq's New Trading-System Proposal:ECNs, Market Makers Concerned About Fairness

By Michael L. O'Reilly

NASD Veteran Regulator Pinto Opens A Consulting Branch in Washington

By Michael L. O'Reilly

Fast Track

By John A. Byrne

European Small-Cap Stock Exchange's First Anniversary: Easdaq Celebrate Milestone as Nasdaq Wanna

By Staff Reports

The Good News for Stamford: Traders to Stay at SBC Complex Swiss Bank Merger Won't Rattle Sparkli

By Michael L. O'Reilly

Investor-Relations Support

By Philip Scipio

How a Sleepy Broker Became a Global Giant: Instinet Started Small and Grew Up To Shake the Establish

By Staff Reports

POSIT: Building Liquidity With Foreign Partners

By Staff Reports

Happy Birthday, Tradebook

By Staff Reports

The U.K.'s Upstart Tradepoint

By Staff Reports

Global Trading: More Ways Than Electronic!

By Staff Reports

Financial War Chest for Washington's Political Dogfight:STA's Political Action Committeeby

By John A. Byrne

Is the Payment for Order Flow Stream Drying Up?Nasdaq Dealer Says Rebates Have Been Halved on Ove

By Michael L. O'Reilly

A Student of Trading

By Michael L. O'Reilly