PRACTITIONER’S BRIEF: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE MOSTLY BENIGN: RECONCILING HIGH-FREQUENCY TRADING’S MISUNDERSTOOD REPUTATION

Joseph Wong    Rich Blake, Alan Lok, CFA
04 Sep 2018
Categories: Other, Investment Management, Regulation, Market Integrity, Regulatory changes, Equity Investments

Country or region: Asia Pacific (Overall), Australia

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This article qualifies for 0.5 CE under the guidelines of the CFA Institute Continuing Education Program.  We encourage CFA Institute members to login to the CE tracking tool to self-document these credits.  Based on the paper “Heterogeneity in How Algorithmic Traders Impact Institutional Trading Costs” by Tālis J. Putniņš and Joseph Barbara, available at ......


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