investment trading


  • Chapter 05 – A Gentle Introduction to Computerized Investing
  • Computerized Investing, Index Funds, Quantitative Investing, and Active Management “Life would be so much easier if we only had the source code.” — Hacker proverb The beginning of index investing in the 1970s was the result of a convergence of events, one of those ripe apple moments. Institutional investors began to use firms like A.G. […]

  • Chapter 03 – Algorithm Wars
  • Algorithmic Trading Strategies and Automated Stock Trading “How about a nice game of chess?” — WOPR computer in “War Games” There used to be two market structures for U.S. equity traders to contend with: the NYSE (for listed stocks) and NASDAQ. Recent counts put the number at roughly 40. Many are sources of dark liquidity, […]