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.
Securities regulator seeks to break a longstanding impasse.
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.
In this week's Flashback Friday story, Traders Magazine looks back to 2005 and the debate as to who the equity market have as a sole or top regulator? And if so, who should it be? The SROs? FINRA? SEC?
In this week's FLASH we look back to earlier this year when the Boston STA corralled its membership at the Central Wharf Company eatery in Boston's Financial District on March 14th to celebrate the holiday.
Despite all the volatility and market tumult, everything is OK.
In this week's FLASH, Traders Magazine looks back to this year's Instinet Annual Quant Conference.
In this week's FLASHBACK, Traders Magazine looks at how in this age of artificial intelligence, machine learning, algorithms and smart order routing, does a sales trader prove his worth, let alone his salary?
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.
Ten years ago the debate between fragmentation and centralization was all the rage on Wall Street. And it still is, to a degree, today.