With market data, the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Looking in on some finance folks who attended an STA Wisconsin event in 2000.
Odd lots, still defined as stock trades less than 100 shares in size, are still en vogue as high stock valuations have made it more expensive for retail, and in some cases even costly for smaller firms, to get exposure in the stocks they want.
TradFi is beginning to converge with the world of DeFi.
Wrap trading is one of the more esoteric parts of equities trading. Not everyone engages in it and not everyone cares about. Yet it is a huge business. This week's FLASHBACK takes a look at how the business has changed in the last two years.
An examination into what the recent SEC action on Reg BI implementation means.
In this week's FLASHBACK FRIDAY item, Traders Magazine takes a look into the options universe and looks to see what happened to the market makers and specialists who back in 2005 where thought to be an endangered species.
In this week's FLASHBACK FRIDAY GALLERY, Traders Magazine looks back to 2010 and the Pacific Northwest Security Traders Associations annual conference.
In this week's FLASHBACK, Traders Magazine looks back to 2008 when Finra's potential answer to rogue trading was forcing traders to take 10 straight days of vacation.
This week Traders Magazine takes a trip back to the Windy City in 2015 and looks at how summer interns made their mark trying to land prestigious jobs at Chicago's top financial firms.