The High Frequency Game Changer: How Automated Trading Strategies Have Revolutionized the Markets

The High Frequency Game Changer: How Automated Trading Strategies Have Revolutionized the Markets

by Paul Zubulake, Sang Lee
     
 

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The financial industry's leading independent research firm's forward-looking assessment into high frequency trading

Once regarded as a United States-focused trend, today, high frequency trading is gaining momentum around the world. Yet, while high frequency trading continues to be one of the hottest trends in the markets, due to the highly proprietary nature of the

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The financial industry's leading independent research firm's forward-looking assessment into high frequency trading

Once regarded as a United States-focused trend, today, high frequency trading is gaining momentum around the world. Yet, while high frequency trading continues to be one of the hottest trends in the markets, due to the highly proprietary nature of the computer transactions, financial firms and institutions have made very little available in terms of information or "how-to" techniques. That's all changed with The High Frequency Game Changer: How Automated Trading Strategies Have Revolutionized the Markets. In the book, Zubulake and Lee present an overview of how high frequency trading is changing the face of the market. The book

  • Explains how we got here and what it means to traders and investors
  • Details how to build a high frequency trading firm, including the relevant tools, strategies, and trading talent
  • Defines key components common to HFT such as algorithms, low latency trading infrastructure, collocation etc.

The High Frequency Game Changer takes a highly controversial and extremely complicated subject and makes it accessible to anyone with an interest or stake in financial markets.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781118019689
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
02/16/2011
Series:
Wiley Trading , #486
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
208
File size:
3 MB

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