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Trading the Open: A Simple Statistical Arbitrage Strategy

By: Pat Crawley The opening print is the most important price of the day. It represents the cumulative supply and demand of all orders submitted between the previous day’s close and the open, as well as the market maker’s reading of that order flow. Due to this buildup of order flow, the opening auction often.. Read more

The IPOX® Week, January 13, 2020

IPOX Indexes extend gains during 1st full week of 2020 trading. China-linked exposure drives continued positive momentum in the IPOX International ETF (ETF: FPXI). IPO Deal-flow Review & Outlook: Busy IPO pipeline as market recoups for 2020. IPOX celebrates Issue #500 of The IPOX Week. IPOX Indexes extend gains during first full week of 2020.. Read more

An Intro to Auction Market Theory

By: Spencer Israel What Is Market Auction Theory? Auction market theory is a framework popularized by J. Peter Steidlmayer in the 1980s to understand why a market moves the way it does. Put simply, it’s a way of interpreting whether the price of something “makes sense” based on prior prices and all the available information... Read more

Understanding the Market Open

By: Pat Crawley The stock market is unique compared to most other asset classes, in that it’s only open five days a week for 6.5 hours a day. During these large time blocks where the market is closed, sentiment on the closed issues change, and orders reflecting new information rests on the market, awaiting execution.. Read more

The IPOX® Week, January 06, 2020

IPOX Indexes start 2020 with gains. IPOX 100 U.S. (ETF: FPX) unaffected by early-year weakness in U.S. small- and mid-caps. Big gains in China-linked exposure drives continued positive momentum in the IPOX International ETF (ETF: FPXI). No U.S. IPOs lined up, focus on deals across Asia-Pacific. IPOX Indexes start 2020 with gains. IPOX 100 U.S... Read more

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