جمعه 5 خرداد 1396
نویسنده: Henry Souza
Dark Pools: The Rise of the Machine Traders and the Rigging of the U.S. Stock Market Scott Patterson
Publisher: Crown Publishing Group
Feb 5, 2011 - In the following interview, Joe and Chris plunge into "dark pools" and other poorly-understood elements of our now-machine-dominated financial exchanges. Jul 29, 2013 - Dark Pools: The Rise of the Machine Traders and the Rigging of the U.S. Rather than losing the money to the opposing "team," sack up and buy the equipment necessary to even the playing field. Stock market went mainstream last week thanks to allegations in a book by financial author Michael Lewis, but there may be a more serious threat to investors: the increasing amount of trading that happens outside of exchanges. As far as I can tell, IEX is just another dark pool. In fact, it had nothing to do with dark pools, said this person. Apr 12, 2014 - Fears that high-speed traders have been rigging the U.S. Click for Dark Pools: The Rise of the Machine Traders and the Rigging of the. Apr 3, 2014 - In his new book, Flash Boys, Michael Lewis builds a case that high frequency traders have been pulling a slightly more complicated version of this trick with no consequences. The problem is these venues price their transactions off of the published prices on the exchanges - and if those prices lack integrity then "dark pool" pricing will itself be skewed. High-Speed Traders Rip Investors Off - The U.S. Stock market is rigged when high-frequency traders with advanced computers make tens of billions of dollars by jumping in front of investors, according to author Michael Lewis, who spent the . That evolution happened long ago, before the rise of HFTs. Apr 18, 2014 - If you like this product, You might be also interested getting The Problem of HFT - Collected Writings on High Frequency Trading & Stock Market Structure Reform. Economy and job market are still far from healthy, and still require plenty of support from the central bank's low-interest-rate policy. Is the current rise in commodity prices really a function of monetary inflation, or is it merely a by-product of every player in the market "nickle and diming" each other at exponentially increasing speed? Apr 6, 2014 - Michael Lewis is out promoting the book, naturally, and he caused something of a shitstorm on CNBC yesterday by claiming that the market is rigged due in large part to high frequency trading. Is high frequency trading unique to the US market?