HFT mouth piece Manoj Nerang ex Tradewerx should work for consulting or educational training employer the frat boy traders pine for

(Last Updated On: January 14, 2015)

HFT mouth piece Manoj Nerang ex Tradewerx should work for consulting or educational training employer the frat boy traders pine for

We have seen it before. The other whiner ex HFT operators end up working in some consulting or  educating company. Let them whine in some YouTube documentary about how ‘evil’ their former industry was when they clearly did not last. Talk about turncoats. I can think of a number of instances I cannot get into. I would rather look from the gutter up learning on my own merit of what I offer.  Like it or not, I have no external investors or bonehead bosses to report to, I have no reason to kiss anyone’s ass! If you are one of those Twitter trolls reading this, you are one massive moron I have no one to answer to. And no, I never liked Nerang but bless his poor little heart as he rides away into the sunset counting his last pennies.  Remember this is only opinion worth nothing to no one.

P.S. Who will be the new HFT poster boy ??

http://www.tradersmagazine.com/news/buyside/tradeworx-founder-narang-exits-hft-firm-113344-1.html

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