Leveling the Latency Playing Field


To succeed in electronic trading, traders need to learn the prime lesson of real estate—location, location and location. Over the past several years, electronic traders have invested obscene amounts of capital to determine the faster network route to the exchange matching engines, optimizing their hardware configuration and locating the perfect spot to house their hardware to shave milliseconds and microseconds from their trade order latency.

Whether it was becaue of the “Flash Crash” of May 6

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