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.
In this recent slideshow, Traders Magazine documents the evolution of order and execution management systems over the last 25 years. Check out the images right here.
The holidays are a time of celebrating but also of giving and eating. In today's Flashback Friday Gallery Traders Magazine goes back to December 2008 and Pier Sixty where Wall Street's professionals got together to ring in the holiday to raise money for St Jude Children's Hospital and sample some of New York's best cuisine. …
As customary, the Security Traders Association of New York (STANY) held its winter holiday event and Toys for Tots charity event celebrating the season. In today's Flashback Friday gallery, we look back to December 2015 and the images then. Happy Holidays from Traders Magazine!
In this week's Flashback Friday story, Traders Magazine asks the question, is there still a "magic number" where off board trading hurts the market and if so, what is it?
In this week's Flashback, Traders Magazine goes back to December 2000 and the New York GMST World Markets Launch Party.
In this week's Flashback, Traders Magazine looks back at the advanced development of algorithms and how they transitioned from simple VWAP to more bespoke offerings.
Traders Magazine goes back to 2000 and the New York St Jude 11th Anniversary dinner event.
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.