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Jim Kharouf Made a Strong Statement Blog,Commentary,MWEd,Mwiki

Jim Kharouf

FOW-JLN Event Showed His Impact on Program Jim Kharouf made a strong statement with his design, leadership and execution of the FOW-JLN Trading Chicago event on June 28th in collaboration with the FOW team and I hope the industry took notice. The event drew 210 people to talk about the key issues facing money managers, traders, exchanges, clearinghouses, brokers, vendors and the industry. What was special about the co-sponsored event was that the program used many of the items in our toolbox to deliver an interesting, educational, lively and real event. With much help and support from FOW, we featured…

2015 Conference on High Frequency and Algorithmic Trading Regulation,Tech / HFT,Video

When: Monday, November 2, 2015 Where: Illinois Institute of Technology, Stuart School of Business – Downtown Campus 565 West Adams Street Chicago, IL 60661 The IIT’s Stuart School of Business is hosting a conference on HFT and algorithmic trading on November 2, one day before the Fall 2015 STAC Summit, and two days before the start of the FIA Futures and Options Expo, both in Chicago. The IIT event will feature keynote speaker Craig M. Lewis of Vanderbilt University’s Owen School of Management as well as James Overdahl, former chief economist at both the SEC and the CFTC, along with…

MarketsWiki Summer Intern Series, Chicago 2015 – Day Two Blog,Commentary

Technology was the focus on the second day of our MarketsWiki Intern Education Series at IIT. Joseph Niciforo, managing member, HC Technologies, kicked off the program talking about how, as “time frames in trading have compressed to sub microseconds and we approach the speed of light, perhaps there may be room for a different type of trader.” Niciforo started out in the industry under the tutelage of Paul Tudor Jones, who taught him to be disciplined and trade slowly, building his account. ¬†After one trade went spectacularly wrong and he lost a large sum of money, he learned never to…