Jim Simons family office new Rentech of HFT?

(Last Updated On: July 22, 2015)

Jim Simons family office new Rentech HFT?

I never knew that $8 billionaire Jim Simons had a private family office after he retired from RenTech. He is still Chairman but has hired a big gun physicist for this family office.

No different then Steven Cohen who started his own family office built around his multi billion dollar portfolio, it looks like Jim Simons is repeating the process here. The question

is why does he need a physicist but you can read more about it here.

First spoof trader busted by CME?

 

Well well well. It seems that the first charges have been laid for a person who likes to spoof the markets. This is a very bad thing to do but many unscrupulous HFT operators

do this. This was a bad boy and he should be charged as the CME has done.

Read more about this here.

 

Black scholes continued with Delta effect

I have finished off my futures and options course for the third time to really nail it down. I can finally say I have both the technology and the story for a complete set of

strategy/models that can be implemented into a real world trading scenario. Here is the latest set of notes with the accompanying video on this course. This is with the

Black Scholes formula for options pricing with the Delta factor.

Get here now.

 

Well we’re finally underway to start working on this what I call “best workflow to HFT.” I’ve already posted my first step which has to do with Matlab’s Mupad.

As it stands this will be my biggest milestone yet over this five year plus journey.

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