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The emperor's clothes

April 29, 2010

One of the problems with the latest mess is that the financial press and more specifically financial bloggers have built up a considerable amount of “[wall] street cred” through accurate and intelligent reporting on the financial crisis. In one sense, it’s amazing that they were able to gain such a foothold (I humbly include TGR) […]

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Trading Twitter

June 24, 2009

Bubble 2.0 datapoint of the day: StreamBase has announced that their CEP (complex event processing) software for algorithmic trading now supports Twitter. One CIO admits in an otherwise Hallelujah-esque article that "traders he has spoken to haven't yet jumped onto the Twitter bandwagon." But here's the clincher (emphasis mine): A key benefit of Twitter is […]

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