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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August 2003 Edition

News

STA Friends and Foes

By John A. Byrne, Editor

At Deadline

By Editorial Staff

Soft Dollar Reform on the Horizon

By Gregory Bresiger

Nasdaq's Subpenny Trading Contradictions

By Gregory Bresiger

Senate to Probe Market Structure

By Gregory Bresiger

Will STA Lobbying Bear Fruit?

By Gregory Bresiger

Block Traders Nix Decimalization, Says Survey

By Gregory Bresiger

The Big Board for Everyone?

By Gregory Bresiger

Costs Mount for Tracking Terror

By Gregory Bresiger

Boston Tries to Box Out the CBOE

By Gregory Bresiger

Fast Track

By Editorial Staff

Nasdaq's New Weapon To Bring Back Dealers

By Peter Chapman

Nasdaq Participants Will Get a Break

By Staff Reports

Paying a Higher Price For Momentum Trades

By John A. Byrne

Southern California's Research Player

By Staff Reports

Trader Rises to Top At Mother Merrill

By Staff Reports

Floor Brokers Save Thousands in Fees

By Editorial Staff

The Coming Changes For Soft Dollars: Regulatory Reforms Are Afoot, But How Much?

By Nina Mehta

Disclosure, Disclosure, Disclosure

By Staff Reports

The Fed's Depression Policies

By Gregory Bresiger

Tearing Down the Walls: The STA has a new chairwoman and her legacy is unlikely to be boring.

By Gregory Bresiger

Making a Case in Congress

By Gregory Bresiger

Commodities Good, Stocks Trash

By Kathryn M. Welling

An Accidental Novelist: From non-fiction to fiction and back again. Does art imitate life?

By Gregory Bresiger

Europe on the Cheap

By Peter Gaffney

Rethinking Call Market Trading

By Peter Chapman

Sellside Pays for Buyside OMS

By Peter Chapman

A New Northern Market

By Editorial Staff