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As a pioneer of electronic trading, we at Trading Technologies value our industry’s rich history. We recognize the need to preserve our legacies and lessons to broadly educate and inspire those to come. This is what John Lothian News (JLN) is doing through the Open Outcry Traders History Project, The Path to Electronic Trading series and MarketsWiki.

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Four months ago, I, like many of my fellow college students, was finishing up midterm exams and looking forward to a relaxing week off for spring break. Yet in a matter of weeks, even days, the reality of COVID-19 and the overwhelming impact it was about to have on our country became increasingly apparent. I left for spring break thinking I’d be back on campus in ten days. Instead, over the course of that week, we were informed classes would be moved entirely online for the remainder of the semester. Students living in on-campus housing needed to move out as soon as possible, and seniors were left with glaring question marks about graduation and commencement ceremonies. It also meant that suddenly, so many of our carefully planned summer internships and full-time job offers were no longer guaranteed, adding additional stress on top of everything else. 

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Nobel Prize economist Robert Shiller said, “Some of the best theorizing comes after collecting data because then you become aware of another reality.” That is a pretty aspirational statement in our space, but it speaks to the omnipotence and limitless possibilities of data. At TT, we believe that data has the ability to inform, manage, protect, and ultimately drive decisions that could have profound impacts on our clients’ and users’ businesses. In this blog post, we introduce how you can unleash the power of data using some of the data elements that are available via the TT ecosystem.

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