Monthly Archives: November 2012

Common Sense on Market Structure –

Rare as it may be, there are times when a Senator actually makes sense. True to my allegence to good idea’s over party affiliation – I have to quote Senator Kaufman of Delaware who penned a comment letter to Mary … Continue reading

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Further thoughts on electronic, high-frequency trading & markets

The recent SEC round-table on ‘Promoting Stability in Today’s Markets’ was held ¬†on October 2nd. It had all the earmarks of being yet another ‘government job’: A) Round up the usual suspects B) Bring out the big commissioners C) Everyone … Continue reading

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The data & models win again – congratulations to Nate Silver

Given that modern Politics looks & acts increasingly like a major sporting event, including recruitment, training, spending & advertising; I am very pleased to see that both Intrade & the data driven forecasters were absolutely correct in predicting the latest … Continue reading

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