Alphacution adds a few thoughts on risk management and Jane Street to Joe Rennison's New York Times article on Sam Bankman-Fried: "‘Effective Altruism’ Led Bankman-Fried to a Little-Known Wall St. Firm"
L'Agefi sur comment Ken Griffin bâtit son empire. Le financier américain a construit une forteresse associant un hedge fund et un teneur de marché.
The Wall Street Journal's Gunjan Banerji uses Alphacution's estimates in "Some Amateur Investors Retreat From Markets."
We know things are going pretty well when an Alphacution guest post by derivatives specialist Don Dale is referenced by the Financial Times. See Robin Wigglesworth's "The 'Broken' VIX."
The financial press is reading Alphacution! This one showed up without any direct involvement from Alphacution thanks to Robin Wigglesworth of the Financial Times in "Off-Exchange Traded Funds."
Alphacution provides data and analysis for The Wall Street Journal's Alexander Osipovich article, "High-Speed Trader Simplex Warned About Potentially Abusive Options Strategy."
Alphacution analysis and commentary featured in Declan Harty's Fortune article, "Robinhood once terrified Wall Street. But now the stock is down 73% and layoffs have hit morale. Will the next chapter be a takeover or a turnaround story?"
"The key to our business, it's a lot of research."Kenneth C. Griffin On March 15, 2022, Bloomberg publishes Katherine Doherty's sweeping - and, in many ways, unprecedented - article "Citadel Securities Opens Up After Record $7 Billion Windfall" based on several (some for the first time) interviews with top Citadel Securities executives, including Peng Zhao (CEO), Matt Culek (COO), Joe Mecane (Head of Execution Services), and Jamil Nazarali (Head of Business Development). Alphacution provided data, a quote, and contextual background for the article... This article is also printed in the March 21 edition of Bloomberg Businessweek...
With help from Alphacution and others, The Wall Street Journal's Alexander Osipovich and Gunjan Banerji publish this Halloween treat. Or, was it a trick?
Fintech reporter, Tomio Geron, from Protocol – a new media company from the publisher of POLITICO focusing on the people, power and politics of tech – published “Regulators are going after payments for stock orders. What about crypto?” on September 16, 2021 based in large part on Alphacution’s research.