High-frequency trading

High-frequency trading (HFT) is based on proprietary algorithms developed to execute trades in a fraction of a second, much quicker than any human is possible and processing much more information. Regulators are worried that HFT is inherently unfair and disadvantages retail traders while industry players believe HFT adds liquidity to the market.

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Paul Bratby
Paul is an ex British Soldier who served 17 years an Engineering Manager in the British Army. Since leaving the Army he has held high level positions in Companies around the globe with the most recent running the Liberia (West Africa) Country Operations for a Gold Exploration and Mining Company. In 2014 he launched www.mytradingbuddy.com which continues to grow massively as a free resource to all traders.
He has been trading his own pension and savings accounts full time and has written an electronic trading journal which he will publishing as a book in the near future.
Paul Bratby

Paul Bratby

Paul is an ex British Soldier who served 17 years an Engineering Manager in the British Army. Since leaving the Army he has held high level positions in Companies around the globe with the most recent running the Liberia (West Africa) Country Operations for a Gold Exploration and Mining Company. In 2014 he launched www.mytradingbuddy.com which continues to grow massively as a free resource to all traders. He has been trading his own pension and savings accounts full time and has written an electronic trading journal which he will publishing as a book in the near future.

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