Profile of Ivy SchmerkenEditor at Large
Member Since: 5/8/2014
Blog Posts: 2629
Ivy is Editor-at-Large for Advanced Trading and Wall Street & Technology. Ivy is responsible for writing in-depth feature articles, daily blogs and news articles with a focus on automated trading in the capital markets. As an industry expert, Ivy has reported on a myriad number of topics including high frequency trading, algorithmic trading strategies, market structure, electronic trading in fixed income , colocation in data centers, Dodd-Frank regulation and the new derivatives landscape. Ivy meets with software companies and other innovators and writes about cloud computing, OMS/EMSs and other financial technologies.
Articles by Ivy Schmerken
posted in January 2000
Javelin Technologies' president discusses the future of the FIX protocol and how it will be complemented by XML
The surge in online trading by retail investors, coupled with the rise of alternative trading systems (ATSs) applying for exchange status, has caused the SEC to scrutinize the revenues that exchanges earn for providing real time stock market data.
Reality Online, Hoover Online, Datalink.net, RoweCom Inc., NewsEdge Corporation, OneSource Information Services
By Feb. 17, Wall Street firms and retail consumers will be able to purchase the new Windows 2000 software from computer makers such as Dell, Compaq and Hewlett Packard.
Tired of sitting through 12 hour meetings? Do you have to get 19 levels of approval to proceed with an STP project from managers who cant even spell straight through processing? Are you stifling your entrepreneurial spirit to mesh with corporate politics? If youve answered yes to any of these questions, then maybe its time you joined a dot-com company.
Eyeing the rapid growth of Internet usage in Latin America, a number of financial information sites, backed by venture capital, have emerged to capture the needs of the Spanish and Portuguese speaking region.
The Internet boom is heading for Latin Americaa region where financial information has been tightly controlled and where obstacles, such as slow Internet access and expensive phone charges, have stunted growth.