High Frequency Trading (HFT) involves the concept of “Order Types”, which signals a trader to enter or exit a position. According to Reuters, Order types can reach an estimated 2,000 variations as a fully electronic market and more than 50 trading venues have multiplied the possibilities of how, when and with whom to trade. Clearly, the […]
Though Governments demonetization is a welcoming move to remove black money, fake currency, corruption and terror financing from the system, it is a bit early to make any accurate predictions on the full impact of government’s attempt to demonetize Rs.500 and Rs.1,000 currency notes . Demonetization is good for the medium to long term economy, however it will adversely impact India’s economic growth in the short run.
In 2013, an estimated 70% of trades in US equities are from HFT services and in India HFT volumes occupies 34% of the total trades as per latest NSE Estimates. Most of the high frequency traders in India are either market makers or arbitragers trying to make money at micro second to milli second level.
With close to 250 million internet users and growing mobile internet internet users, India is definitely a land for selling Online Products. Ecommerce marketplaces like Flipkart, Amazon and Snapdeal snapped up big ticket investments in 2014. The other niche players like Urbanladder, Myntra, Bigbasket, Jabong, Firstcry, Limeroad and Pepperfry..etc raised VC funds in million of dollars.
[infographic source : Visual Capitalist] Water is the lifeblood of humanity; it turns out it is in short supply. Like any other commodity high in demand, you should keep an eye on it for investment purposes as we get closer and closer to “peak water”. The overwhelming majority of global fresh water is locked […]
Indians have begun voting in the world’s biggest election, with the ruling Congress party pitted against the Hindu nationalist BJP opposition.The nine-phase ballot begins on Monday and concludes on 12 May. Votes will be counted on 16 May.More than 800 million Indians are eligible to vote in a poll dominated by corruption and high inflation. Checkout the more Interesting Videographic from Financial Times on Indian Elections 2014