Take liquidity analysis products, for example (see story, this issue), which compare price data from across multiple markets-like a spotter watching different card tables for the most action. Or analytic charting tools that monitor price and volume activity to determine when and how much to trade. Or complex event processing software that monitors multiple sources of information-including historical patterns-to identify the best trading opportunities.
But that's where the resemblance ends, un
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