New York, NY, February 07, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Ms. Irene Aldridge, Managing Partner and Quantitative Portfolio Manager, ABLE Alpha Trading, LTD., a proprietary trading vehicle specializing in high-frequency systematic trading strategies, will kick off GoldenNetworking.com's High-Frequency Trading Happy Hour with her presentation on "High-Frequency Trading: The New Standard?". High-Frequency Trading Happy Hour (http://www.HFTHappyHour.com), March 1st, New York City, will precede GoldenNetworking.com's highly anticipated Hedge Funds Leaders Forum 2010, "Generating Alpha in Challenging Times" (http://www.HedgeFundsLeadersForum.com), March 18th, New York City.
Ms. Aldridge is an expert on the subject of high-frequency trading and the author of "High-Frequency Trading: A Practical Guide to Algorithmic Strategies and Trading Systems" published by John Wiley & Sons. Prior to ABLE Alpha, Ms. Aldridge worked for various institutions on Wall Street and in Toronto, including Goldman Sachs and CIBC. She also taught finance at the University of Toronto. She holds an MBA from INSEAD, an MS in financial engineering from Columbia University, and a BE in electric engineering from the Cooper Union in New York. Ms. Aldridge is a frequent speaker at top industry events and a contributor to academic and practitioner publications, including the Journal of Trading, E-Forex, HedgeWorld, FXWeek, FINalternatives, and Dealing with Technology. She also appears on business television, including CNBC, FOX Business, and "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart." In addition, Ms. Aldridge has been quoted by The Wall Street Journal, Thomson/Reuters, Bloomberg LP and other major business news outlets.
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