If you’ve dealt with unreliable trading technology in the past year, you’re not alone. Both slow reporting and complete outages happened to several trading firms during high volatility days in 2021.
Before an order is eligible to be sent for execution, it must pass through a broker’s pre-trade risk check to ensure the order is not violating any pre-determined thresholds. This rule is known as Rule 15c3-5, but what is this rule exactly? Bob Iaccino explores.
Bob Iaccino interviews Johan Sandblom, Lime Execution’s Head of Institutional Business Development.
Do you know how much latency is affecting your performance? Even a nanosecond delay can have an impact on active traders. Between execution speed and reliability, Bob Iaccino explores the questions traders should ask their brokerage firm.
What is triple and quadruple witching and what do you need to know, to know if your broker is performing during these high volume periods.
Are you leaving money on the table?
How dark pools in stocks work, pros and cons.
Contributor Bob Iaccino introduces himself.
How different stock market order routes can impact your execution quality.