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The long anticipated joint SEC and CTFC report on the 6 May 2010 flash-crash came out last Friday.
much of the report and commentary around it, I'm feeling rather...
"For a charm of powerful trouble,
Like a hell-broth boil and babble
Double, double, toil and trouble,
Fire burn, and caldron bubble."
There is no shortage of news about the evils of high frequency...
Scooby Doo and the gang have been investigating the spooky mystery of the "phantom orders" on CME and they found out that the culprit was... wait...
Strange things are happening in the markets! As you know if
you’ve been following this blog, quite a few scares, horrors and apparitions
have been sighted in equities, futures, FX and oil markets over the last few
months. But fortunately the Mystery Machine has rolled into town and Scooby,
As regulators continue to look into the causes of the May 6th flash
crash, some high frequency trading approaches are coming under scrutiny. In
particular the concept of “quote stuffing”, where algorithms send so many
orders into the order book that the market cannot possibly respond, has come
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