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Money in Motion: How the Sell Side Can Differentiate and Win Market Share

There is a sizable and growing pool of commissions up for grabs among U.S. equity brokers—potentially as much as $4.4 billion per year.

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In my last post I discussed how bitcoin was losing dominance in terms of market cap relative to the overall cryptocurrency market. I also introduced two of the leading altcoins – Ethereum and Ethereum Classic. In this note I will be discussing...

Bitcoin was the original cryptocurrency and it is the largest and most successful. Today, however, there are almost 1,000 other cryptocurrencies and tokens in circulation. In this blog, I will be discussing some of the leading alternative...

Why Market Structure Matters

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July 12, 2017 By: Richard Johnson

Investors continue to be thirsty for market structure information.  In our most recent U.S. equities study almost half of buy-side respondents told us that sell side provision of market structure related services was either important or very...

While market sizes are often measured in the trillions of dollars, the number of firms that are responsible for the majority of transactions is measured in the hundreds if not the teens - but even though concentrated, competition must always exist.

High Frequency Needs High Touch

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April 26, 2017 By: Kevin McPartland

There is a tremendous amount of irony in the path high-frequency trading - excuse me, principle trading firms have taken from their heyday in the late 2000's. We eluded to this a few months ago in our top market structure trends to watch in 2017.

It has been 7 years since Dodd-Frank was passed, and four years since clearing mandates took effect in the US, and clearing swaps for customers still falls short of the great business opportunity most FCMs had hoped for when Dodd-Frank first became...

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