Is there a profitable future in the co-location business? Turn the clock back almost a decade and the exchanges were busy trying to find newer ways and places to conduct trading operations. Sure, thered still be traders, algorithms and data but not in Manhattan - rather theyd all be elsewhere - like the New Jersey suburbs.
This weeks Flashback Friday looks back to March 2011,when the Security Traders Association of Chicago mid-winter meeting was not the first one of the year as it is now. Traders Magazine takes a walk back down Memory Lane to the 2011 Mid-Winter Meeting that was held on March 9.
In this week's FLASHBACK FRIDAY, Traders Magazine looks back to 2015 when one commentator argued the ETF market was near a bubble and how the market has fared since.
In this FLASH FRIDAY item, Traders Magazine delves into the more esoteric topic of managed accounts and wrap trading and how it has changed in this last six years.
A tale of recovery, optimism and triumph, especially relevant in 2020.
Catching up with Michael Dorsey, a Traders Magazine op-ed contributor from 2000.
A former STA President and CEO spends his 'retirement' promoting sartorial splendor.
US exchanges are fighting to keep their role in the collection and dissemination of core market data.
Looking back through the glass, Traders Magazine revisits the 2006 Georgia Security Traders Association Fall Outing that was held at the Four Seasons Hotel, Atlanta, October 19-20.
Looking back to 2000, Traders Magazine presents the Minnesota Securities Dealers Association Summer Outing. The event, held July 13-14, was at Champps Americana.