Showing posts from June, 2015

Another High-Frequency Trading Firm to IPO

HFT IPOs are now the normal?

The owners of Flow Traders, a Dutch high-frequency trading firm, plan to sell around 40 percent of the business through a listing of its shares on the Euronext stock exchange in Amsterdam, the company said on Thursday.

To Be Discontinued - Superfund #18

It was fun but we have morphed into another project of Hagan's:
 Zermatt Data Corp.

Until Then, Enjoy The Last...

Superfund Macro Report

Restructuring Wall Street: The by-product of nearly 1200 mergers, JPMorgan Chase & Co. $JPM is in the business of expansion, while slashing jobs... -LINK

In Depth
IPO News: Spread your wings: Wingstop sets terms for $75 million IPO - LINK

Virtual Reality is coming to main street. Oddly enough, VR will first be used for taxes and other sensitive issues regarding personal information that often lead journalists and the masses to suspicion. Game on.

Why The TBAC Is Suddenly Very Worried About Market Liquidity - LINK

Onward Profits!


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The Magna Carta at 800

For the sake of law-It has been 800 years since English barons negotiated a written peace agreement with King John. The original June 1215 agreement was revised and reissued numerous times, with the 1217 version gaining the title Magna Carta (“Great Charter”). Over the centuries, the document has had a powerful influence of the evolving British legal system and government.The Great Charter will be explored at a Cato conference this week, and David Boaz recently blogged about the document’s importance to the American founding.If you are interested in a very brief primer, I noticed this article (page 64) by British historian David Starkey in BBC History magazine. Starkey describes the 1215 charter as a radical break, and also the beginning of a long evolutionary process of building parliamentary government in Britain.Brief Summary:Magna Carta was initially drafted in 1215 in an attempt to broker peace between England’s barons and the unpopular King John. It failed, and the country was p…