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Trading On News Sentiment Analysis in High Frequency Trading HFT

Trading On News Sentiment Analysis in High Frequency Trading HFT Thomson Reuters doesn’t just publish news — it now reads the news as well, measures sentiment with sophisticated linguistic analytics and distributes the results to both algorithmic trading engines and real live human traders. This is a big step beyond news services which distribute simple …

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-03-11

@scottforney I do not know mathematical to well # Best quant analytics description of Cointegration ever! Thanks to Matlab!!: http://t.co/mlB5DjLm # New blog post: Best quant analytics description of Cointegration ever! Thanks to Matlab!! http://t.co/xccRd1Dd # The Need for Automated Clearing in an Increasingly Complex: http://t.co/wdxmVdKK # Microsoft Says Decaffinated Bing Tastes as Good as …

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Which are the profitable algos/strategies? New HFT platform? Webcasts coming soon

Which are the profitable algos/strategies? New HFT platform? Webcasts coming soon Sent to my email opt in list: Hey there So I posted my current reading list of which books I think are quality for reading about high frequency trading. See below for the link. As it stands, more and more traders are coming aboard …

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Alogrithmic Trading: The next step in Technical Analsysis

We will look into the growing trend of electronic trading, including Automated Order Processing (or Direct Market Access), Algorithmic Trading and how a technical trader/analyst can benefit from this wave. The educational meeting will focus on: • What is Algorithmic Trading • Past, Present and Future of Algorithmic Trading • Different Types of Algorithmic Trading …

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algo developer/trader mentor of mine insists that “70% of all intraday trades that get stopped out retrace eventually

An algo developer/trader mentor of mine insists that “70% of all intraday trades that get stopped out retrace eventually. So, stop losses do not really stop losses. Rather they create them.” So for those who trade without (intraday) stops, what other approach do you suggest to avoid catastrophic losses and reduce risk of ruin?   …

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