In this week's Flashback Friday Gallery, Traders Magazine takes a look back five years ago to the Carolina Security Traders Association's 37th Annual Convention.
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 look back eight years ago, Traders Magazine revisits the principal trade. Once upon a time brokers would offer their own capital and balance sheet to buyside customers. But do they still in the new market structure environment?
This week Traders Magazine looks back to 2011, a year that marked the beginning of the Arab spring to the death of Osama bin Laden. The year was filled with landmark events the world over. This Flashback Friday Gallery revisits the 26th annual STA Los Angeles confab in La Quinta, California.
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 today's FLASHBACK, Traders Magazine looks back to 2013, when the FX market was a bastion of telephony, manual executions and trading occurring between and handled by handful of banks. But now, thanks to many equity market innovations, this 24/6/365 market is becoming equitized.
In this week's FLASHBACK FRIDAY GALLERY, Traders Magazine looks back through the archives at the Washington D.C. Security Traders Associations 10th annual conference on May 3, 2006.
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?
Back in 2013 amid broker cost cutting and the trading technology revolution, there was talk that the high- and low-touch trading desk model would be combined into a "one-touch" set up. Now, five years later, has "one- touch" become anything more than talk?
This weeks Flashback Friday looks back to April 2009, when vendor S3, a software company that provides customized solutions to monitor and analyze trade execution for options, equities, and fixed income securities gathered its users in sunny Austin, TX.