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Ex-Goldman programmer’s conviction overturned

February, 17. (Bloomberg) A former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. computer programmer was freed after his conviction for stealing the bank’s high-speed trading code was reversed by a U.S. appeals court. In a grey sweatsuit, white tennis shoes and a huge smile, Sergey Aleynikov, 42, left the Manhattan courthouse where he...

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Forex Trading Platform Overview

Product Name: OANDA FXTrade Platform Brokerage Firm: OANDA OANDA is a leading market-maker for currency trading. OANDA FXTrade Platform comes from 15+ years of foreign exchange market research and analysis. It can be run on any of the popular Web browsers connected to the Internet. Product Name: MetaTrader 4 Developers:...

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What is a Trading System?

A Forex trading system is just a set of rules, or parameters, that tell you how, without any ambiguity or any subjective elements, to trade stocks or currency. A Trading System determine entry and exit points for a given currency pair. These points, known as signals, are often marked on...

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Overview Of Goldman Sachs Electronic Trading

Zero Hedge is starting a multi-part overview of Goldman Sachs’ Electronic Trading client-focused product suite, to demonstrate just how extensively embedded in modern market architecture are Goldman’s various DMA and “liquidity” facilitation schemes, and the depths of dark pool domination via Goldman’s global order router, and other specific topical offerings....

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Saxo Bank history

Saxo Bank was founded as an online broker in 1992, under the name Midas Fondsmæglerselskab by Lars Seier Christensen, Kim Fournais and Marc Hauschildt. The name was changed to Saxo Bank at the time the bank obtained its banking license in 2001. The Midas Era In the early nineties Lars...

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Computer programmer arrested for Goldman Sachs theft

A former computer programmer at investment bank Goldman Sachs has been charged with stealing computer codes used in the bank’s algorithmic trading systems. The programmer, Sergey Aleynikov, a 39-year-old originally from Russia, was arrested on Friday. He is accused of uploading the 32MB of code to a server in Germany....

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