Rethinking Your Market Data Strategy

September 2008
Securities Industry News;9/15/2008, Vol. 20 Issue 32, p4
Trade Publication
The author addresses questions that firms should consider to determine their market data requirements. These include the need for ultra-low-latency data which is a very expensive undertaking, outsourcing some or all of the market data operations to a vendor in order to cut costs, and whether users require every data tick in streaming mode. For firms that have gone direct to exchanges, the author asks whether current technology infrastructure can withstand exponential data volume growth and whether there is a need to have all market data systems onsite.


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