Father of Algorithmic Trading Seeks Speed Controls
November 29, 2012
Interactive Brokers founder Thomas Peterffy started the practice of sending coded instructions from a brokers computer to an exchanges terminal, using a typing cyborg. Now, he believes several layers of software are needed in the securities industrys infrastructure to control high-speed trading.
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