Commentary

Tim Quast
Traders Magazine Online News

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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March 2002 Edition

News

The Nastiest Frontier?

By John A. Byrne Editor

At Deadline

By Editorial Staff

STA Urges Reform of Access Fees: SEC Asked to Change the Competitive Advantage' for ECNs

By Gregory Bresiger

Section 31 Fee Reform Disappointment

By Gregory Bresiger

Nasdaq's Good News, Bad News

By Gregory Bresiger

Pitt's Full Disclosure Doubts

By Gregory Bresiger

Another Step Away From the NASD

By Gregory Bresiger

New Money Laundering Regs

By Gregory Bresiger

More Staff for the SEC?

By Gregory Bresiger

Fast Track

By Editorial Staff

SuperMontage Man Quits for New Post

By Gregory Bresiger

Morgan Stanley's New Internalization Move?

By Staff Reports

Payment for Order Flow Back From Extinction?

By John A. Byrne

Schwab Prepares For The Return of the Bull?

By Gregory Bresiger

New York Gala Targets Funds for Sept. 11

By Staff Reports

M.H. Meyerson Fights Back: Did NASD Go Too Far in Stock Dispute?

By Gregory Bresiger

An Appeal in Superior Court

By Gregory Bresiger

Bulletin Board Remodelling Risks and Benefits in New Exchange

By Tom Taulli

Sunlight on Executions

By Denis P. Kelleher

Single Stock FuturesThe Complete Guide

By Gregory Bresiger

The Winds of Change: How internalization changed the course of history for a Midwest dealer.

By Peter Chapman

The Mid-Cap Maven

By Kathryn M. Welling

IPOs on March Back

By Colleen O'Connor

A Train Down Memory Lane: One trader's hobby recalls a sometimes forgotten past.

By Gregory Bresiger

Trouble Brewing For Direct Access: Will the Lambs and Lions Co-Exist?

By Brian O'Connell

An Island In the Sun: Giant ECN Thumbs Nose at Nasdaq

By Brian O'Connell

Surviving in Horrible Times

By Tom Taulli