The Right Choice


As more firms trade in dark pools, more questions arise. For starters, is high-frequency trading increasing your odds of adverse selection? How can you ascertain the quality of dark pool liquidity and achieve better results by avoiding the pitfalls of asymmetric information? In a recent Waters video webinar entitled Avoiding Adverse Selection in Dark Pools: How to effectively measure dark pool performance to improve trading results, we took questions from our online audience about the issues

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