Geez man, why do you have so much beef with Don. Almost every post I see of yours you attack him.
You've been bitter for quite a while
Just wondering if anyone has heard if the SEC plans on doing a crackdown on the sub llc firms or is this just a separate issue?...
you email the brokerage firms and ask them for an API example. That simple
You are lacking a smart router. All other brokerages have one and this is much more efficient than routing to a specifc ECN & paying the routing...
I was just wondering who are the owners of these big brokerage firms? Are they publically traded? Or does an individual owner own the whole...
if you are paying someone say 10,000 to trade for you, and say you make 50,000. You get to deduct that 10,000 right off that 50,000 right?
$100 / hr ha ha ha. People that can program are not that rare. A college graduate can do this work. How much do they make 40,000? if that?...
are you smoking crack?
Just wondering if anyone has any opinions regarding Cy trading. Is it a safe firm? How can they stay afloat despite what happened to Tuco?
I just called and they said, no. They are still re-structuring. Who knows how long that'll take
Just wondering what are the names of the genesis prop firms?
do you have a job other than trading?
I was just thinking there would be an easier way to do this rather than to create an array and have it search through an array each time.
I was wondering if anyone could explain to me how I do this. I'm using this callback function where there is a change in the quote.....
if so... is this easy to do? I'd appreicate it is anyone would tell me anything regarding this process.
what brokerage do you use?
also are there any provisions w/ "pegged orders" that one should be aware of.
What I'm thinking of is w/ hidden...
I am very glad you said this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I notice like yourself that the "relative" order doesn't always work and that you do...
When you mark your order type relative. Is that a displayed order? Is there any other special thing I should know about this type of...
Separate names with a comma.