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  • Kuu aja pärast hakkab kehtima uus SEC regulatsioon, mis kohustab USA-s noteeritud börsiettevõtteid avaldama tähtsat informatsiooni interneti kaudu, mitte enam kohtumistel analüütikutega. See aitab kindlasti mängureegleid suurte ja väikeste investorite jaoks võrdsemaks muuta ja peaks Eestigi investoritele ja day traderitele suhteliselt positiivne olema.

    Artikkel:
    http://www.herring.com/industries/2000/0929/ind-secpush092900.html
  • tahaks loota ,et siis jäävad mõned olulised tüngad ära,kui MM id mütsi pähe tõmbavad,neile kel
    infi pole.
  • miks kukub THIN?
    minul infi pole,sellel ,kes müüb vast on.
  • ostsin 800 4 pealt ja kui vaja ostan altpooltjuurde.
    3 1/8 pealonmul orderid väljas
  • to: spets
    Kuidas THINiga läheb. J6le "6huke" L2 t6esti.
  • sain 800 tk 3 1/8 pealt kätte,nüüd tuleb põrget oodata ja kui kukub veel ,siis tuleb kuskilt alt poolt juurde osta,minule vajalik põrge tuleb lõpuks ikka.
  • Spets sa oled "jultunud putukas"(heas mõttes).
    Kas sa spreadi põhjal ka midagi otsustad?Palju sa uudiseid loed? Peab sinu puhul paika lause,et unusta uudised,usalda ainult graafikut.
  • THINi graafik ei lubanud midagi head ,vahest
    lähen nagu meelega riskima teades,et teen
    oma elu liiga raskeks.
  • 43-45% pealt tundus küll vähemalt 5% põrge reaalne
  • Osaliselt selleks, et tullla toime HFT poolt genereeritud hiiglasliku orderite liikumisega, osaliselt selleks et võidelda muu kaheldava praktikaga:

    SEC Approves New Rule Requiring Consolidated Audit Trail to Monitor and Analyze Trading Activity

    Washington, D.C., July 11, 2012 – The Securities and Exchange Commission today voted to require the national securities exchanges and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) to establish a market-wide consolidated audit trail that will significantly enhance regulators’ ability to monitor and analyze trading activity.

    The new rule adopted by the Commission requires the exchanges and FINRA to jointly submit a comprehensive plan detailing how they would develop, implement, and maintain a consolidated audit trail that must collect and accurately identify every order, cancellation, modification, and trade execution for all exchange-listed equities and equity options across all U.S. markets.

    “A consolidated audit trail that accurately tracks orders throughout their lifecycle and identifies the broker-dealers handling them will provide us with an unprecedented ability to effectively oversee the markets we regulate,” said SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro.

    A consolidated audit trail will increase the data available to regulators investigating illegal activities such as insider trading and market manipulation, and it will significantly improve the ability to reconstruct broad-based market events in an accurate and timely manner. A consolidated audit trail also will significantly increase the ability of regulators to monitor overall market structure and assess how SEC rules are affecting the markets, and will reduce the regulatory data production burdens on SROs and broker-dealers by reducing the number of ad hoc requests from regulators presently.

    In particular, the rule mandates that the NMS plan:
    * Requires each national securities exchange and FINRA as well as their respective members to provide certain detailed information to a newly created central repository regarding each quote and order in an NMS security – and each reportable event with respect to each quote and order, such as its origination, modification, cancellation, routing, and execution.
    * Requires certain data to be reported to the central repository by 8 a.m. Eastern Time the following trading day – and be subsequently available in an aggregated format to regulators for their analysis.
    * Requires all reportable events to be tagged and stored by the central repository in a linked fashion allowing regulators to accurately follow an order through its entire life cycle from generation through routing, modification, cancellation, or execution.
    * Requires each broker dealer and national exchange to be assigned a unique, cross-market identifier to be reported to the central repository along with every reportable event.
    * Requires each customer as well as any customer adviser who has trading discretion over a customer’s account to be assigned a unique, cross-market customer identifier to be reported to the central repository for every order originated.
    * Requires SROs and their members to synchronize the business clocks they use to record the date and time of any reportable event, and require timestamps – reported for each event to the central repository – to be in millisecond or finer increments.

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