Posts filed under “Trading”

The Market Rhythm Deciphered


Source: @Trader_Dante

Category: Cycles, Humor, Psychology, Trading

Spoofing & the Flash Crash

Earlier this week a trader was arrested in London and accused of “spoofing.” What’s spoofing and what does it have to do 2010 flash crash? Bloomberg View’s Matt Levine explains

How ‘Spoofing’ Might Have Crashed the Market

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Category: Legal, Trading, Video

Nikkei Dow > 20,000

Great discussion from my pal Peter Boockvar of the Lindsey Group on Japan: The Nikkei closed above 20,000 for the first time since April 2000. Optimism for corporate profitability, higher ROE’s, better corporate governance and a greater focus on satisfying shareholders, along with QE and a weak yen continues to drive performance that will likely…Read More

Category: Markets, Trading

Survey Says…

Joseph Saluzzi (jsaluzzi-at-ThemisTrading.com) and Sal L. Arnuk (sarnuk-at-ThemisTrading.com) are co-heads of the equity trading desk at Themis Trading LLC (www.themistrading.com), an independent, no conflict agency brokerage firm specializing in trading listed and OTC equities for institutions. Prior to founding Themis, Sal and Joe worked for more than 10 years at Instinet Corporation, pioneers in the…Read More

Category: Markets, Regulation, Think Tank, Trading

Gold Turns Negative Year-to-Date; Stocks to Follow

Equity markets started off this year by falling. They rallied in February, working their way back into the green. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index now is up about 1 percent for the year. Gold has traveled the opposite path: The yellow metal began at about $1,175 an ounce. By Jan. 23, it had rallied…Read More

Category: Cognitive Foibles, Gold & Precious Metals, Really, really bad calls, Trading

Interactions among high-frequency traders

Category: Regulation, Think Tank, Trading

History of High-Frequency Trading

Source: Investoo

Category: Digital Media, Quantitative, Trading

Why Gold & Oil Are Trading So Differently

Category: Commodities, Energy, ETFs, Gold & Precious Metals, Media, Technical Analysis, Trading, Video

Tracking Inside Info in ‘Fight Club’ Ring

From Bloomberg Graphics: Nine people were convicted for trading on inside tips about Dell and two other tech firms, including five who were part of a group dubbed the “Fight Club.”* Three of those convictions are on appeal. A Dell insider named in those trials, Rob Ray, wasn’t charged and denies wrongdoing. Source: Bloomberg Graphics

Category: Digital Media, Legal, Really, really bad calls, Trading

Bad Habits of Unprofitable Traders

Steve Burns posted a nice list of rules for traders. It is a worthy addition to our prior lists of rules (most recently, here; all previous rules here)   10 Bad Habits of Unprofitable Traders 1. They trade too much. 2. Unprofitable traders tend to be trend fighters, always wanting to try to call tops…Read More

Category: Rules, Trading