High-frequency trading involves the use of computer algorithms to rapidly open and exit positions in stocks at the speed of light. The benefit to many HFT firms is that they can execute trades and react faster to price changes in the market before any their competitors.
H/T Barry Ritholtz
History of High-Frequency Trading [INFOGRAPHIC]
In his book, The Dhandho Investor: The Low–Risk Value Method to High Returns, Mohnish Pabrai coined an investment approach known as "Heads I win; Tails I don't lose much." Q3 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more The principle behind this approach was relatively simple. Pabrai explained that he was only looking for securities with Read More
Infographic source: investoo.com