Tackling Trading Technologies and (lower case t) technology with Guy Scott of TT

Futures traders take clicking a price to generate an order on their PCs for granted these days, much less the instant delivery of every tick, order book data, and trade fills. But how does it all work? And how did it used to all work?? Lucky for you, we’ve got one of the experts from Trading Technologies on The Derivative to answer just that….and much more. 
In this episode we talk with Guy Scott of Trading Technologies about the early days of screen trading to the evolution of modern electronic trading, to what it takes to power the trading of hedge funds, trade desks, big banks, and the little guys, We’re covering professional volleyball, the early days of screen trading, trading volumes, the original order book view on trading screens, the evolution of electronic exchanges, Scottish rugby, optimal screen layouts, managing human error, the English countryside, international expansion, surveillance technology (the good kind!), and the future of Trading Technologies (the company) and trading technologies (the tech).
About Trading Technologies
Trading Technologies creates professional trading software, infrastructure and data solutions for a wide variety of users, including proprietary traders, brokers, money managers, CTAs, hedge funds, commercial hedgers and risk managers. In addition to providing access to the world’s major international exchanges and liquidity venues via its TT® and X_TRADER® trading platforms, TT offers domain-specific technology for cryptocurrency trading and machine-learning tools for real-time trade surveillance.
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