New York, NY, March 14, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Adam Sussman, Director of Research, TABB Group, will join GoldenNetworking.com's High-Frequency Trading Experts Forum 2010, "Starting and Running a High-Frequency Trading Operation" (http://www.HFTExpertsForum.com), March 18th, New York City, conference that will provide the most practical and unbiased overview of what it takes to start profiting from high-frequency trading.
Mr. Sussman joined TABB Group after serving as a senior product manager responsible for order management systems, routing and next-generation trading tools focused on the equities and options markets at Ameritrade, Inc. He joined Ameritrade in 2002 with its acquisition of Datek Online and worked closely to merge each company’s technologies into a best-of-breed solution. He also developed several strategic initiatives, including a dynamic algorithmic order router, a distributed event notification system and Trade Triggers™, which allows clients to set orders in advance to be sent automatically when certain market conditions are met, days or weeks later.
At Datek Online, beyond his primary responsibility for Datek Streamer, which was built on Windows servers and the first real-time streaming market data product available through the Internet. He also ran market-data processing, overseeing their decimalization conversion efforts in 2001. Mr. Sussman earned a BA in philosophy and comparative literature at the University of Rhode Island.
High-Frequency Trading Experts Forum 2010, "Starting and Running a High-Frequency Trading Operation", is produced by GoldenNetworking.com (http://www.goldennetworking.com), the premier community of business executives, entrepreneurs and investors, founded by former McKinsey consultant Edgar Perez.
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