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What’s are some of the common strategies used in automating trading? Technical, head line, spreading, arbing, que stuffing, flipping? Looking for some more color on these strategies and more thanks

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 Scotty Brooks, Trader at Crabel Capital Mgmt

 Tuesday, May 14, 2013

What's are some of the common strategies used in automating trading? Technical, head line, spreading, arbing, que stuffing, flipping? Looking for some more color on these strategies and more thanks


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4 comments on article "What's are some of the common strategies used in automating trading? Technical, head line, spreading, arbing, que stuffing, flipping? Looking for some more color on these strategies and more thanks"

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 Christopher Reeves, Programmer at A2X Capital

 Tuesday, May 28, 2013



Isn't quote stuffing illigal?


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 Mark Brown mark@markbrown.com, Global Quantitative Financial Research, International Institutional Trading, Algorithmic Modeling.

 Wednesday, May 29, 2013



we are under the rule of a communist so yes "everything" is illegal including our post. m


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 Digital Dude, Independent Capital Markets Professional

 Tuesday, June 11, 2013



Communist rule... Not so much... Socialist most likely and tyranny a sure bet... Nothing is illegal if your are fast enough or a good enough liar 8^)


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 Ken Feller, Applied Research Intern at AEGON Americas

 Wednesday, June 12, 2013



So how prevalent are HFT/automated trading strategies that exploit price movements or discrepancies against the market-making ones?

What I'm trying to get at is; are arbitrageurs or "traditional" statistical algo traders an endangered species compared to the market makers?

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