Commentary

Derek Edward Schloss
Traders Magazine Online News

What the !@#$ is a Security Token?

In this first part of a series, Mr. Schloss will begin to explain what a security token is by explaining how the building blocks of securities law are fundamental to understanding the tremendous value security tokens will one day unlock.

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June 2003 Edition

News

Program Trading Upheaval

By John A. Byrne Editor

At Deadline

By

Nasdaq Cries Foul Over Exchange Petition

By Gregory Bresiger

More Disclosure Of Soft Dollars?

By Gregory Bresiger

Decimalization Reform Is Traders Strategy

By Gregory Bresiger

Commissioner: Be Fair in Market Structure

By Gregory Bresiger

SEC Eyes Fees, Fragmentation, ECNs

By Gregory Bresiger

Stiffer Big Board Fines

By Gregory Bresiger

Extension on Trade Through

By Gregory Bresiger

Spitzer Strikes Another Blow

By Gregory Bresiger

Fast Track

By Editorial Staff

The Worst May Be Over for Job Cuts

By Peter Chapman

Mike Ceo, an Institution at Traders Magazine

By

Nasdaq Prepares for a Better Market Opening

By Peter Chapman

Street Execs Honor Top Cop

By Staff Reports

Trading and Research In Battered Baghdad

By Gregory Bresiger

Stock Exchange Breaks OTC Volume Records

By Gregory Bresiger

Short Sellers on The Road to Ruin? Poor Timing, Some Stumble in the Market Rally

By Tom Taulli

A Black Eye From Tricksters

By Staff Reports

The Sudden Success of Program Trading: Does a new trend mean the demise of block trading?

By Gregory Bresiger

Nasdaq on the Rebound

By Kathryn M. Welling

A Playground in Alaska: Golf at midnight, more family time and bears in the backyard.

By Gregory Bresiger

More Tools for Traders

By Peter Chapman

Heard at the Show

By Compiled by Peter Chapman

Nasdaq's New Block Service

By Peter Chapman

The Empire Strikes Back

By Editorial Staff

A Bulletin Board Renaissance

By Keith Lite

Marching Cobras Scholarship Awards Dinner

By Editorial Staff

Quants in the Steel City

By Nina Mehta