Playing the Trading Game

The best ways to prevent competing firms from gaming the market by figuring out your trading strategies and trading against them are to throw a lot of volume at the market, or play the “game” to an equal extent, say industry professionals at TradeTech in New York on March 1.

Algorithms can be adjusted to avoid being gamed by high-frequency traders, according to Owain Self, head of algorithmic trading, Americas and EMEA, at UBS Investment Bank. "The key to reducing gaming is not just about a very

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