This article outlines common technology, networking, and trading strategy decisions needed to achieve ultra-low latency.
In real-time risk management of trading orders, third-party vendors can provide cost-effective high performance and scalability.
Creating complex orders requires an understanding of the structure of the options and futures markets. Here’s what you need to know to trade this order type.
Further to the blog that we wrote previously on trading Sterling Overnight Index Average (SONIA) contracts, pressure is mounting on firms to drop London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) as a standard. The…
Micro e-mini futures aren’t just for less sophisticated investors. They also can provide useful liquidity and precision for institutional traders.
The Consolidated Tape Association’s quote and trade feeds provide an affordable source of top-of-book market data. Here’s your easy guide to using them.
Exegy announces the launch of Signum signals, which adds predictive insights to low-latency market data
A firm with a with data science team can still benefit from vendor-provided AI signals, redirecting its team to differentiating strategies.
Using vendor-provided predictive signals can provide cost savings for firms seeking to pursue AI-enhanced trading strategies.
Calendar spreads are a useful futures product for hedging, market exposure, and alpha generation. Learn the basics and the market data needed to use them.