US Elections Could Spur More Demands on Infrastructure
Market volatility prompted by the uncertainty of the US elections could push market data rates to new records, once again testing firms’ trading infrastructure.
Volatility’s Effect on Market Data Rates
The extreme volatility of the past few weeks has dramatically impacted market data rates, but not in ways that you would expect.
The Consolidated Tape: Get to Know NYSE’s CTA Feeds
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.
The Guide to Market Data Basics for US Equities
Exegy’s Guide to Market Data Basics for US Equities helps firms understand the types of data available, how to access them, and the fees involved.
How Market Data Fees Can Inform Your Infrastructure Plans
Market data is the third largest expense for many banks and broker-dealers. Understanding fees can help firms with infrastructure planning and budgeting.
What Types of Financial Data Providers Are There?
We give an overview of the different financial market data providers and assess some of the trade-offs between each type.
UTDF and UQDF: Nasdaq’s SIP Feeds for Trades and Quotes
We outline the basics any financial professional should understand – including feed features, a comparison of similar feeds, and the fees associated with them.
The Guide to the Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT)
While the Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT)’s data collection requirements are challenging, the data will also help firms perform more thorough trade analysis.
Level 2 Market Data: What Level Supports Your Trading Strategy?
Know what market data you use and how it fits within your firm’s strategy to ensure proper market data budgeting.
Using Backtesting to Avoid Slippage in Equities Trading
Slippage is a familiar concept to high frequency traders. It’s a source of variance if unaccounted for, but a confidence-builder when deliberately modeled.