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DeepDive into Algorithmic Trading

In this DeepDive, we will be exploring various parts of algorithmic trading. We will dive deep into HFT and the merits of high-frequency trading in general, and then we will discuss the different components of algorithmic trading systems and what aspects to consider.

Finally, we will talk about the landscape, the origins of algorithmic trading, how it's changed over the years, and where we see it going in the future.

Tickets are $99 and include a catered lunch.  Let us know of any special dietary requirements.  




What is high-frequency trading?

Is high-frequency trading good for markets?

What products/markets lend themselves to algorithmic trading, and what are the similarities/differences between them?

What are some different market structures and their implications (ie price-time vs. price-size)?

What does the algorithmic trading ecosystem look like, and where do we see it going?

Who are companies in this space, how they are structured, and what are they looking for in hiring?

Analysis of different components of trading systems from microstructure to alpha to latency to risk management.



Juthica Chou


Juthica Chou is a former algorithmic trader. She spent 7 years trading derivatives at Goldman Sachs, specializing in high-frequency options market-making across equities, indices, VIX, and currencies/commodities. Juthica graduated from MIT with a B.S. in Mathematics with Computer Science.



Michael Latulippe, Founder of New York Software Engineers


Michael Latulippe Founded New York Software Engineers along with successful groups in San Francisco and Boston.  He is an engineer with experience in PHP, Python, Perl, and Java.  Michael chooses the topics and technologies for events to help progress them forward in the engineering community. 


Sean Moskowitz, Director of Sales and Marketing at Turn to Tech


Sean has a background in both finance and marketing. Sean is the creative force behind TurnToTech, and manages the marketing and sales team. He also handles all venue applications. 


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  • Dhananjay

    Really liked the event. Thanks for organizing

    April 12, 2014

  • Michael L.

    This event is a paid event, tickets are $99 and can be purchased on this meetup page, on eventbrite, or in cash or credit onsite the day of the event. Let us know, so we can order the correct amount of food for lunch.

    February 17, 2014

    • sam

      U accept bitcoins? Or cash dollars? I can bring cash

      February 25, 2014

    • Michael L.

      We will accept BTC also through this address: 19ECVkJYdPiAzFepUKQc1d1P­4aPxSc54iX

      February 25, 2014

  • Michael B. J.

    Should I pay on eventbrite or Meetup? I don't see a link to EB anymore and now there's a link to pay via Meetup. Please clarify.

    February 24, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Can I bring my bike into the building? (I don't have a lock for it)

    February 24, 2014

  • Peter B.

    Getting into algos at work, this is perfect timing

    February 17, 2014

  • Michael L.

    Comments here should only be posted by software engineers, job requirements should not be posted on NYSE comments.

    February 14, 2014

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