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02 September 2014

Fixing Broken Trade Break Rules

Michael Friedman, Trillium

Allowing firms to escape the consequences of their mistakes encourages them to take undue risks. Rather than writing complex new rules requiring better systems testing, why not simply deny clearly erroneous relief in instances of negligent testing and let firms reap what they have sewn? rest of story...

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HFT, Maker-Taker and Small Brokers: There Goes the Business Model

Marlon Weems, Hillcrest Strategies

As the regulatory and technological requirements to compete in the capital markets have multiplied, many small brokers have built revenue from payment for order flow into their business models. For many of these firms, there is no Plan B. Continue

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