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Deconstruct Success Like a Thieving Magpie and SIFMA High Frequency Trading

Tobias Buckell, Survivorship bias: why 90% of the advice about writing is bullshit right now, here. via Big Picture

Survivorship bias pulls you toward bestselling diet gurus, celebrity CEOs, and superstar athletes. It’s an unavoidable tick, the desire to deconstruct success like a thieving magpie and pull away the shimmering bits. You look to the successful for clues about the hidden, about how to better live your life, about how you too can survive similar forces against which you too struggle. Colleges and conferences prefer speakers who shine as examples of making it through adversity, of struggling against the odds and winning.

SIFMA, High Frequency Trading, Post Crash Studies Matrix, April 2013, here.

Table of Contents
High-Frequency Trading Behaviour and its Impact on Market Quality: Evidence from the UK Equity Market (Bank of England Working Paper No. 469, 2012) ………. 5
The Trading Profits of High Frequency Traders (Baron, Brogaard, Kirilenko) ……… 5
Equilibrium High Frequency Trading (Biais, Foucault, Moinas, 2011) …… 5
High Frequency Trading (Biais, Woolley, 2011)…………….. 6
Financial Stability and Computer Based Trading (BIS: Paper 1, 2011) …….. 7
The Impact of Computer Trading on Liquidity, Price Efficiency / Discovery and Transaction Costs (BIS: Paper 2, 2011) …….. 7
The Impact of Technology Developments (BIS: Paper 3, 2011) ……………….. 8
Electronic Trading and Market Structure (BIS, 2011) ………………. 9
High-Frequency Trading in the Foreign Exchange Market (BIS, 2011) ……. 10
Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (2012)…….. 10

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