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High-Frequency Trading: A Practical Guide to Algorithmic Strategies and Trading Systems
by Irene Aldridge
A hands-on guide to the fast and ever-changing world of high-frequency, algorithmic trading
Financial markets are undergoing rapid innovation due to the continuing proliferation of computer power and algorithms.
These developments have created a new investment discipline called high-frequency trading.
This book covers all aspects of high-frequency trading, from the business case and formulation of ideas through the development of trading systems to application of capital and subsequent performance evaluation. It also includes numerous quantitative trading strategies, with market microstructure, event arbitrage, and deviations arbitrage discussed in great detail.
Contains the tools and techniques needed for building a high-frequency trading system
Details the post-trade analysis process, including key performance benchmarks and trade quality evaluation
Written by well-known industry professional Irene Aldridge
Interest in high-frequency trading has exploded over the past year. This book has what you need to gain a better understanding of how it works and what it takes to apply this approach to your trading endeavors.
Irene Aldridge is an expert on the subject of high-frequency trading. She is currently a Managing Partner and Quantitative Portfolio Manager at ABLE Alpha Trading, LTD, a proprietary trading vehicle specializing in high-frequency systematic trading strategies. Prior to ABLE Alpha, Aldridge worked for various institutions on Wall Street and in Toronto, including Goldman Sachs and CIBC. She also taught finance at the University of Toronto. She holds an MBA from INSEAD, an MS in financial engineering from Columbia University, and a BE in electric engineering from the Cooper Union in New York. Aldridge is a frequent speaker at top industry events and a contributor to academic and practitioner publications, including the Journal of Trading, E-Forex, HedgeWorld, FXWeek, FINalternatives, and Dealing with Technology. She also appears frequently on business television, including appearances on CNBC, Fox Business, and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Aldridge has been quoted by Bloomberg LP and other major business news outlets.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Chapter 1 Introduction.
Chapter 2 Evolution of High-Frequency Trading.
Financial Markets And Technological Innovation.
Evolution Of Trading Methodology.
Chapter 3 Overview of the Business of High-Frequency Trading.
Comparison With Traditional Approaches to Trading.
Capitalizing a High-Frequency Trading Business.
Chapter 4 Financial Markets Suitable for High-Frequency Trading.
Financial Markets and Their Suitability for High-Frequency Trading.
Chapter 5 Evaluating Performance of High-Frequency Strategies.
Basic Return Characteristics.
Other Considerations in Strategy Evaluation.
Chapter 6: Orders, Traders and their Applicability to High-Frequency Trading.
Chapter 7: Market Inefficiency and Profit Opportunities at Different Frequencies.
Predictability of Price Moves at High Frequencies.
Chapter: 8: Searching for High-Frequency Trading Opportunities.
Statistical Properties of Returns.
Linear Econometric Models.
Chapter 9: Working with Tick Data.
Properties of Tick Data.
Quantity and Quality of Tick Data.
Modeling Arrivals of Tick Data.
Applying Traditional Econometric Techniques to Tick Data.
Chapter 10: Trading on Market Microstructure Inventory Models.
Overview of Inventory Trading Strategies.
Orders, Traders and Liquidity.
Profitable Market Making.
Directional Liquidity Provision.
Chapter 11: Trading on Market Microstructure Information Models.
Measures of Asymmetric Information.
Information-Based Trading Models.
Chapter 12: Event Arbitrage.
Developing Event Arbitrage Trading Strategies.
What Constitutes an Event?
Application of Event Arbitrage.
Chapter 13: Statistical Arbitrage in High Frequency Settings.
Practical Applications of Statistical Arbitrage.
Chapter 14: Creating and Managing Portfolios of High-Frequency Strategies.
Analytical Foundations of Portfolio Optimization.
Effective Portfolio Management Practices.
Chapter 15: Back-Testing Trading Models.
Evaluating Point Forecasts.
Evaluating Directional Forecasts.
Chapter 16: Implementing High-Frequency Trading Systems.
Model Development Lifecycle.
Testing Trading Systems.
Chapter 17: Risk Management.
Determining Risk Management Goals.
Chapter 18: Executing and Monitoring High-Frequency Trading.
Executing High-Frequency Trading Systems.
Monitoring High-Frequency Execution.
Chapter 19: Post-Trade Profitability Analysis.
Post-Trade Cost Analysis.
Post-Trade Performance Analysis.
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