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High Frequency Trading takes down economies

High Frequency Trading  takes down economies

 
High Frequency Trading

Imagine we have so many videos on HFT. For all the newbies joining this growing, I wanted to introduce another video I discovered about this topic. This one is quite well done but the scary part is how HFT can impact an economy if not done right. Who knew HFT had that much power?

Watch this video here

QUESTION DEADLINE IS JAN 19TH!! Email them to me when you join and ready!

I have selected Saturday, January 21 at 9 AM EDT. . This is the same time as New York City.

I would also like to mention I am thinking of doing a variety of ‘make up classes’ to make up for the missed tutorials in my Future/Options strategy. This includes critical topics of:
Optimal Hedging
Options on futures
Options examples continue
Additional Options concepts with comparison to Futures    
Option pricing more examples    
Call put parity
Options trades

Coding samples will be offered in a combination of Python and C++.

This will need to start early 9AM EDT.  Let me know what works for you.

This will be available to all my Quant ELITE members.

Not a member, join now!

Thanks Bryan

P.S. If you are interested in this mini workshop, I would strongly recommend to jump on this AS SOON AS POSSIBLE to properly prepare for these topics if you are unfamiliar with them.
P.P.S. Looks like it will be for Sat Jan 21 at 9PM EDT! Details coming soon. 

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Rejecting the notion that the US and the EU economies are not in a soft patch is foolish.

Rejecting the notion that the US and the EU economies are not in a soft patch is foolish.

A downturn of 1.2 per cent suggests that the debt of the EU combined with the Germany debt indicates the long term economic prospects for Germany and the EU shall continue to weaken and remain stagnant for a few years.

Markets await Bernanke, banks amid lull in economic datatheglobeandmail.com

Canada’s June retail trade figures due Tuesday; U.S. durable goods orders data for July coming…

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Funny – I read that Germany’s manufacturing was going gang busters. I also read that the average debt of EU members is now 4.3% of GDP. You had to have no more that 3% GDP debt to join the EU at inception. Me thinks the P.I.G.S. were cooking the books right from the start…. Regardless, the EU is definitely in a bit of a pinch….

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I love reading media comments about the German economy because they are completely distorted. The only reason why the German’s have such low unemployment is they have no minimum wages. The second edge to this sword is that they have no productivity, so growth potential is very limited. They actually institute labor laws that restrict employers from having to pay overtime if hours worked meet the average weekly hours over a certain window of time. We should not be envious of Germany.

 

 

NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!