INNOVATORS OF THE DECADETop 10 Innovators of the Decade for Buy-Side Trading
The past decade saw a complete upheaval and surge forward in the way that traders do their jobs. Here are the people who made it possible.
Seth Merrin: Imagining Wholesale Change
Dave Cummings: Market Maker
David Leinweber: Breaking News
Brian Nigito and Chris Rogers: A Perfect Match
Barney Frank: The Man Behind the Law
Richard Korhammer: Setting Information Free
Dan Mathisson: Big Idea In Small Orders
David E. Shaw: Quantitative Thinker
Larry Fink: A Pioneer of Modern Finance
Bill Porter: A World of Options
FROM THE EDITORBack In My Day...
Right now on AdvancedTrading.com, we're taking a look at the people whose ideas and systems are used by today's traders and broker-dealers to navigate the markets.
MARKET INTELLIGENCEHedge Fund Managers Predict Strong Performance in 2011: Survey
An increased focus on compliance and due diligence at hedge funds heartens institutional investors, boosting capital raising efforts in the process.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTYHow to Protect Your IP
Financial services firms build their businesses on innovation. Protecting those advances is a full-time job.
STREET CREDThe Worst Market Structure ... Except All Others
With virtually every segment complaining about some market structure challenge, contributing editor Larry Tabb asks: How do you fix this mess and keep the entities in balance?
AT THE CLOSEWall Street's Legendary Innovators
The current state of high-speed trading, derivatives and dark pools owes its history to a long line of innovators, writes editor-at-large Ivy Schmerken.