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.
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.
This week's FLASHBACK FRIDAY looks back at when the NYSE considered changing its opening to earlier hours. Traders Magazine looks back at the evolution of trading hours and the consequences/benefits of changing hours in the current market structure.
FLASHBACK FRIDAY: One Touch – Big Brokers Merging ‘High-Touch’ Sales Traders with ‘Low-Touch’ Electronic...
In this week's Flashback Friday installment, Traders Magazine looks back to 2013 and how brokers, faced with shrinking commissions, began to merge their high- and low-touch trading desks into a new hybrid group called "one touch."
Ten years ago the debate between fragmentation and centralization was all the rage on Wall Street. And it still is, to a degree, today.
FLASHBACK FRIDAY: Becoming a Superpower-GETCO’s Looks to Knight’s Wholesale and Retail Businesses as Keys...
In this week's FLASHBACK FRIDAY lookback, we revisit 2013 when market maker GETCO was looking to drive it business forward in a stagnant commission rate and highly competitive market making environment. In exploring its limited options, GETCO opted to purchase Knight. Seemed a like a good match - but was it?
In todays look back down Memory Lane, Traders Magazine shares the photos and memories of the 2012 Wall Street Women Awards winners and gala.
Looking back just one year, Traders Magazine was invited to Triad Securities, a New York-based agency-only prime brokerage provider as it celebrated its 40th year. We were proud to visit the service provider to interview the men and women who make the firm tick.
While sounding good at the outset and gaining populist support, real-time reporting and use of identifiers when trading in dark pools is still in the offing and still spooks industry - even eight years later.
In this Flashback Friday story, Cromwell Coulson, chairman of the National Quotation Bureau, owner and operator of the manually-traded pink sheets, which has now morphed into OTC Markets, looks back to 1998 and what he has done to make trading in small cap OTC Markets stocks safe.