THE BUSINESS OF TRADING TECHNOLOGY

Chandler Paris

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Will AI Replace the Traditional Trader by 2020?

http://tabbforum.com/opinions/will-ai-replace-the-traditional-trader-by-2020?utm_campaign=3f480643e1-UA-12160392-1&utm_medium=email&utm_source=TabbFORUM%20Alerts&utm_term=0_29f4b8f8f1-3f480643e1-279542857

MiFID II for Asset Managers: Communications Record Keeping

http://tabbforum.com/opinions/mifid-ii-for-asset-managers-communications-record-keeping?utm_campaign=c4298eb75d-UA-12160392-1&utm_medium=email&utm_source=TabbFORUM%20Alerts&utm_term=0_29f4b8f8f1-c4298eb75d-279542857

JPMorgan Develops Learning Algorithm Could Turn Tables On HFT

http://www.valuewalk.com/2017/07/high-frequency-trading-systems/

Tracking and Auditing Traders’ Decision-Making

https://blog.otastech.com/2017/07/tracking-and-auditing-traders-decision-making/

Intraday Screener for Outliers by OTAS

https://blog.otastech.com/2017/06/intraday-screener-identifies-which-orders-need-a-bit-more-tlc/

What Is ‘Quantamental’ Anyway?

“The concept of integrating human judgment with the best techniques of quantitative managers for generating or capturing alpha is gaining strength as a trend in the financial industry. But there are many misconceptions about quantitative management, how such managers trade and pick stocks, and what quantitative techniques can achieve.

A quick search in Google shows […]

Towards Alpha Preservation

http://www.bestexecution.net/equities-trading-focus-technology-joseph-hipps/

Charles River Partners with OTAS

https://www.crd.com/news/press-releases/2017/charles-river-partners-with-otas-to-improve-trading-efficiency-and-transparency-for-buy-side-firms/

Microsoft invests in Agolo, a startup that’s fighting information overload with automated summarizations

https://venturebeat.com/2017/05/03/microsoft-invests-in-agolo-a-startup-thats-fighting-information-overload-with-automated-summarizations/

Research could be next for trading floor

http://www.pionline.com/article/20170417/PRINT/304179987/research-could-be-next-for-trading-floor