Why you can’t ignore HFT and stay competitive today …

(Last Updated On: May 24, 2012)

Hi there,

I know I’ve been sounding the trumpet on the importance of High Frequency Trading (HFT) lately.

That’s because the evidence of its profitability is undeniable. Here are some key facts you might not know:

* Boston Consulting Group found that in the USA, HFT is now 56% of all equity volume (in 2010) as compared to 15% in 2006. That’s phenomenal growth and it wouldn’t be happening if it wasn’t making HFT practitioners boatloads of money.

* The average daily number of trades has risen 662% to 22.1 million (in 2009) from 2.9 million in 2005. What’s more, the average trade size has plunged 63% to 288 shares per trade from 724 shares in 2005. That’s a massive increase!

* Instead of paying brokerage fees, a high-frequency trader can actually make money on each transaction and therefore pay a negative brokerage fee. That’s because NASDAQ pays up to $0.00295 per share to provide liquidity. That’s quite a rebate for a standard 100-share lot! Provide liquidity for millions of shares a day, and the payoff can be substantial.

There’s also the undeniable fact that HFT can make money in any market. Up, down, flat … it doesn’t matter. With the future so uncertain right now (translation = the Eurozone crisis) that kind of profitability is golden.

Let me show you how to make the most of your opportunities in HFT today. I’ve created a red-hot HFT course that includes 72 key algorithms and 13 separate lessons covering all aspects of HFT.

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Good trading,


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