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Is Telx at 350 E Cermak good quant colocation for CME? Anyone know?
Someone posted this in Lnkedin:
Sub 5 microsecond trading system set up ready to trade. Looking for trading strategy partners
I have a fully certified, ready to go trading system with co-located CME access at 350 E Cermak. The system features extreme low latency (sub 5 microsecond quote-to-trade).
I also built full set of research tools. Including historical tick-by-tick viewer, online (realtime) and offline (historical) simulator. The simulator features compensation for quote transmission time variance and time difference between local machine time and quote time in order to give extremely realistic simulation result (if you know what I’m talking about).
Looking to partner with people who have trading ideas. It usually takes less than 1 week to test the strategy and implement it to production.
Here is a conversation on reddit.com which pretty well inspired me tostart thinking about blending my knowledge of technology and financial investment. This was pretty inspiring where an indie software engineer launched his own business. He is now clearing
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Do you colocate next to the real servers so you can do that flash stuff?
Is there a reason your software doesn’t use or derive from one of these? Are they crappy mass-market type solutions that aren’t worth anything to someone who really makes money here or is it just because your thing works and you don’t see a need to switch?
i have a respectable grasp of econ concepts, but ive never traded with money. i understand the terms that have been mentioned in this thread, but ive never applied them. i suppose what i need to know is how your process works — concerning work, what goes on between the time you wake up and the time you make your first trade of the day.