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The low vol feedback loop; EU shuts door on electronic access providers; More exchange consolidation? Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Ed Tilly – Staying Ahead of the Technology Curve MarketsWikiEducation.com In this video from MarketsWiki Education’s Intern Recruiting Event event in Chicago, Ed Tilly, chairman and CEO of Cboe Global Markets, discusses how changes in technology force you to adapt to stay ahead of the curve. Tilly breaks down what’s going on in the exchange space and how the Cboe has changed over the years. With the explosion of screen trading and the end of open outcry trading, exchanges have had to roll with the punches and make sure customers are happy. Tilly’s goal is to bring…

The VIX Snoozefest Kept Rolling in May; ETH Option Volume Continues to Grow; Stock market’s low volatility and low yields are crushing Goldman, J.P. Morgan and the banking sector Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Getting Animated About Trading Chicago JLN If you haven’t signed up for the FOW-JLN conference Trading Chicago on June 28th, it is a solid program worth checking out. Speakers this year include the Streetwise Professor Craig Pirrong, Leslie Sutphen and Gary DeWaal debating Dodd-Frank, Fidessa’s Steve Grob, Chris Hehmeyer and Joshua Yang talking about our markets in an age of populism with Carl Gilmore. Other notables include Jay Feuerstein of Budo Group, Richard Mackey of Rosenthal Global Securities and Tim Gits of Eurex and Chris Anderson of Itiviti talking about opportunities in the red hot interest rate…

Low Volatility and the Risks of Crowded Trades; The Fear Gauge Is So Tiny, It’s Adorable; China H-share volatility at all-time low Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight April Marketshare via OCC Lead Stories Low Volatility and the Risks of Crowded Trades Dean Curnutt, Macro Risk Advisors – Bloomberg Amid an improbable level of calm in markets, it’s worth remembering what Victor Haghani, a partner at Long-Term Capital Management, said in early 1999 about the fund’s implosion, especially given that quiet markets are compelling trading strategies that capitalize on low levels of volatility. jlne.ws/2pt69sz ****SD: Gotta say, LTCM references always get me to read more. Market Recon: The Fear Gauge Is So Tiny, It’s Adorable Stephen Guilfoyle – TheStreet Isn’t it just adorable? Cute little…