Is that simply a reflection of the number of active traders at each firm?
I'd gladly accept data driven marketing with open arms if they want to eliminate commissions.
I believe IB has statistically proven they get better fills.
"We provide our clients with a $0.52 per 100 shares stock price execution advantage...
What happens if your connection dies? what's your backup?
IB just wants to bait and switch newbs into regular accounts. They'll probably be educating the newbs on order execution quality as time goes on...
Well that's encouraging. I need to take a look at the SPX options again Thanks.
Why would they limit the number of firms who can quote electronically? This makes no sense to me. What am I missing?
They built it in-house, so it's free.
So what? TT patent expires in 2/09/21? sorry interested but tl/dr.
Not exactly zero commission on the international division:[ATTACH]
Very interesting. I just find the whole idea that these types of transactions don't hit the tape somewhat disturbing. I guess it brings to light...
What about if it's an insider sells a block to another party such as a mutual fund? In Canada I've come across this where it didn't print but...
What types of equity trades are not reported/shown on the tape? are there rules I can refer to? Thanks
What a fascinating thread. This is why ET is such a valuable place.
Jesse Livermore if the ride counts.:cool:
Pretty interesting, except they use a payment for order flow model. Need to research it some more.
Fascinating. This is pretty much the worst case scenario for a brokerage firm I would suspect at a larger scale.
I may give them a try one of these days, but I like market orders and I don't think that's going to work well with the SPX options.
Feb-19 ADV 283,784
Jan-19 ADV 320,117
Dec-18 ADV 466,113
Nov-18 ADV 355,347
Oct-18 ADV 484,042
Sep-18 ADV 302,955
Looks like volumes haven't...
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