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    Pdf/E–pub Flash Crash 35My biggest takeaway Automation is the keyThis book details on how the markets suddenly crashed in May 2010 for around 30 mins and

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    Pdf/E–pub Flash Crash read & download · PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Û Liam Vaughan A nonfiction thriller A deeply satisfying read The balance of the technical with the personal was brilliantly achieved I would highly recommend you to read this story of a lone extraordinary man bringing down the market on its knee

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Flash CrashOf 504 contracts where the average across the market was seven Contracts were 75000 eachFour years after the event after every American agency had its crack at assigning blame a trader looked a the ecord and proved everyone including himself wrong I got pretty obsessed he still known as Mr X today says Based on the data I guessed it had to be the work of a large prop trading firm maybe with an internal clearing arm to shield it from the authorities The scale and the audacity of the behavior were so massive I couldn t imagine it was one individual As it turned out I was very wrong He became a whistleblower eopening the case just before the statute of limitations kicked in and that led to Sarao and an international effort to bring him to justiceSarao never thought he did anything wrong He thought of himself as a victim of High Freuency Trading algorithms This was just him fighting to level the playing field He proudly videoed his screen while trading providing hours of fascinating insights for investigators who seized his computer All these attitudes approaches tactics and sheer thoughtlessness along with crudeness udeness and total lack of espect for anyone he dealt with led to a diagnosis of Aspberger s once he was in custody It made some sense out of the crazy story His math skills were awesome his instincts spot on and his eaction time lightning uick He was a fearless trader but a failing human beingThe book is fast paced extremely engaging and an easy ead despite the complexity of futures trading Vaughan has done an excellent job of making it accessible and even exciting It s a hard one to put down And it s not overIn January 2020 after this book was completed and after the American authorities were finally finished with Sarao as a co operating source the court finally sentenced him to two years at home Not only is this idiculous for all the damage he did but it is eally all Sarao wanted anyway to be left alone at home in his familiar bedroom where he was in control and productively engaged Worse the US court has no enforcement power in the UK so the sentence is meaningless It is the perfect capstone to a story beyond beliefDavid Wineberg 35My biggest takeaway Automation is the keyThis book details on how the markets suddenly crashed in May 2010 for around 30 mins and then came back to normal The main culprit using automated algorithms to manipulate and execute huge tra I was in my college when this flash crash occured and I can say I was clueless at that time about this Not Handsome Enough recession Then I forgot about it But when I startedeading this book I found this original story uite interesting I googled about Nav side by side The beginning and the end part of the book is good I had to drag the book in the middle Nav was a genius and I liked how he used his mind when he was doing trading positively He was making millions already enjoying his game I don t know why he asked to make a software and did fraud He was not even spending that money on anything but on trading itself He was just like how video game players like to find cracks and cheats of their game he had just done that Curious to know whether in future he will do something genius like again in a postive way Ah there s no better time to ead a book that examines that many problems with late stage CAPITALISM THAN DURING A PANDEMIC BEING MADE WORSE BY than during a pandemic being made worse by stage capitalismLiam Vaughan s Flash Crash is an immersive look at how a sloppy stew of bureaucratic fuckery financial greed unchecked wealth and privilege and unbridled technocratic optimism all coalesced at the same time to create the perfect conditions for day trader Navinder Singh Sarao to perpetuate the flash crash of 2010Vaughn does a impactful job showing the many sides of the debate surrounding Sarao s case Is he a hero a criminal a conspiracy theorist an arrogant libertarian or all of the above And Are The Markets Even A the markets even a thing At the center however is the important uestion of why Sarao who was an outlier in the industry in ways than one became the person who paid the price as opposed to folks who had far bigger oles in creating the problems with banking trading and financial Busy Park regulation Flash Crash has got some sections that get pretty technical but Vaughan does a solid job working through terminology and showing how so many moving parts fit together It may be of particular interest to fans of Michael Lewis books especially Flash Boys and The Big Short as well as atmospheric non fictioneads like John Carreyrou s Bad Blood and Nick Bilton s American Kingpin Flash Crash is probably not the brightest book to opt to Beer Law: What Brewers Need to Know read when our economy is shrinking seismically due to our current predicament It feels very ironic to be publishing itight now when it couldn t be be any GIS and Fr�uleins: The German-American Encounter in 1950s West Germany relevant and timely Of course theeasoning is very different from the flash crash of May 6 2010 Many of the missing details have been filled in by the author and it is clear he has carried out extensive The Confederate Privateers research into the topic It uickly emerges as aeal and uite surprising page turnerIt explores the issues that led up to one of the contemp. Erts around the globe were left perplexed What had they just witnessedNavinder Singh Sarao hardly seemed like a man who would shake the world's financial markets to their core Raised in a working class neighborhood in West London Nav was a preternaturally gifted trader who played the markets like a computer game By the age of thirty he had left behind London's trading arcades working instead out of his childhood home For years the money poured in But when lightning fast electronic traders infiltrated markets and star. Imagine a system where the biggest most powerful players get to tell the Big Bad Detective Agency regulators and the exchanges who to go after based on who is taking money off them says one prop trader Welcome to the futures market Welcome to the big bad world of trading where millions are made and lost in a dayThis non fiction account by journalist Liam Vaughan traces one smart man s genius in bringing the financial markets to it s knees Navinder Sarao is the socially awkward trading prodigy who made millions from his small bedroom in his parent s house in UK Grown from the traditional click and trade trading desks he finds the game has changed thanks to High Freuency Trading HFT programs and algorithms which play on milliseconds of advantage In a David vs Goliath story Nav builds his own logic which allowed him to take on the giants May 6 2010 trillion dollars of valuation was lost in 3 4 hours of trading Nav s trading practices was just oneeason 5 6 mins but then he is dubbed as the man who caused flash crash The book goes beyond that and tells his entire story and the story of the investigation A lot to learn and the author does a commendable job of simplifying the terminologies without dumbing it down Some parts could have been edited like Nav s investments and his advisors who are skimming him Other than that it is a complete story and MrVaughan has done a good work of making it a script worthy of a movie A well written non fiction that The Placer reads like a novelNote I would like to thank Netgalley and 4th Estate and William Collins for providing the ARC of the book A nonfiction thriller A deeply satisfyingead The balance of the technical with the personal was brilliantly achieved I would highly Otto Freundlich: Cosmic Communism recommend you toead this story of a lone extraordinary man bringing down the market on its knees Morality and ethics aside the victory of a small man against the highly powerful and sophisticated HFTs is an intoxicating The Tattooist of Auschwitz (The Tattooist of Auschwitz, read This was a delightfulead I know little about stock markets but Vaughan makes the subject very interesting He explains different techniues for trading in ways that even I can understand Navinder and the people he surrounded himself with were very interesting to Profiles in Leadership: Historians on the Elusive Quality of Greatness read about The ending actually kind of surprised me and made me smile This book was a great mix of biography and story telling It nevereally felt dry and there always seemed to be some kind of interesting drama happening Too crazy not to be trueFinancial investigative journalist Liam Vaughan seems to have had the time of his life putting together Flash Crash But then the story is so ich with characters and so bizarre in its nature that as he admits at the end someone had to write a book on it It is a case of truth stranger than fiction That cost investors billions one memorable spring dayThe Flash Crash was an afternoon in 2010 when the financial markets suddenly melted into almost nothing then bounced back to almost where they started that morning For a short time minutes shares of major corporations traded for a penny or less while others shot to 100000 a share Blame major corporations traded for a penny or less while others shot to 100000 a share Blame needed and investigations led to a Kansas City financial house which put in a huge sell order ather Inexpertly But Things Are Never But things are never simple In this case it transpired that A Single Man Working From single man working from edge of his bed in his parents house in Hounslow outside London was manipulating the markets abusing the system until it brokeNavinder Sarao was in his early thirties and unemployed He still lived with his parents and spent his weekdays playing the SP futures for all they were worth and He would outinely place trades worth billions of dollars canceling most of them and walking away with six figures of pure profit for half a day s workBizarrely he wasn t in it for the wealth He lived at home had an ordinary computer drove a moped and let no one know what he was doing His parents one ill and one working a counter in a store never knew what he did all day They had no clue he had un up profits approaching a hundred million dollars from his childhood bedroom Perhaps even bizarrely he proceeded to lose it all on Ponzi schemes and shady con men and when he was caught he couldn t make bail or pay lawyersSarao had adapted trading software to stack his orders at the back of their price point and any time the market traded close by the software would cancel his orders So he never had to actually buy In this way he could make it appear there was either huge demand which would send the market up or huge selling pressure which would send it down Either way he was eady to profit with actual purchase orders he would hold for seconds before cashing outNone of this is exaggerated Here s what Vaughn says about Sarao s trading By any measure NAVSAR was an outlier In the twelve days the CFTC ended up selecting to illustrate the entity s activity its layering algorithm canceled or modified orders 182000 times corresponding to 35 trillion in notional trades double the size of America s gross domestic product On eight of those days not a single one of those orders was hit The size of the orders was also immense an average. The iveting story of a trading prodigy who amassed 70 million from his childhood bedroom until the government accused him of helping trigger an unprecedented market collapse Soon to be a feature film starring Dev PatelOn May 6 2010 financial markets around the world tumbled simultaneously and without warning In the span of five minutes a trillion dollars of valuation was lost The Flash Crash as it became known Der Bilderwächter represented the fastest drop in market history When share valuesebounded less than half an hour later exp. Orary United States s most devastating trillion dollar st The need to be told Kudos to the author for explaining industry specific jargon in st The need to be told Kudos to the author for explaining industry specific jargon in The story need to told Kudos to the author for explaining industry specific jargon in lay However the author dragged the story with unnecessary details by explaining the background of many people involved in this case This slow down the momentum of the storyThe author captured the flash crash incident very well Flash Crash is a business book ecently longlisted for Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award 2020 It was published in May and uickly got media s attention It s a page turner with eal life story that is exciting than fictions It s hard to put down once you start eading This is a perfect example of story driven narrative that offers fresh insights at the same time If you have ever ead books by Michael Lewis author of The Big Short Flash Boys etc and you like his writing This book will not let you down The author of the book is Liam Vaughan He is a veteran business journalist for Bloomberg based in London He has covered the financial market especially the London financial world for over a decade His journalistic works are impactful and has won several journalistic awards Flash Crash is his second book The first book The Fix focuses on the notorious Libor scandal It tells the conspiracy how Libor Schätze Aus Dem Musée Picasso, Paris rate was manipulated by a small group of insiders Liborate is one of the most important interest Letters to Rollins rates in the world because it is theeference for international foreign exchange market Over 5 trillion are traded everyday globally The scale of impact is beyond imagination Liam led a group of Britain, Europe And The Third World reporters to uncover the scandal andesulted in 10 billion dollars fines on several major investment banks It sounds unbelievable Scotland Yard right Actually the story of Liam s second book Flash Crash may seem even crazy The Libor scandal was theesult of a group of people However the story of Flash Crash centered on one person The protagonist or antagonist in this case was Navinder Sarao a point and click trader based in a London suburb Hounslow West London near Heathrow Airport He was allegedly to cause one of the most dramatic stock market crashes in human s history On 6 May 2010 American stock market suddenly plunged deeply without warning It led to one trillion dollar loss but uickly ebounded after 36 minutes The notional amount of Sarao s manipuation exceeded 35 trillion dollars two times larger than America s GDP When Sarao was arrested in 2015 everyone was asking fervidlyWho is this guyNicked named Hound of Hounslow an analogy to the Wolf of Wall Street Sarao is now 42 years old He was thought to earn 40 million from 2009 to 2015 He is a self taught genius on investment He doesn t have any shining educational degree or working experience In the world of high freuency trading he scammed the most advanced computer algorithm single handedly You might think he was euipped with super weapon Surprisingly he did all this in a bedroom in his parent s ordinary two story esidence house Sarao s bedroom smelled a bit moldy The Unverified: A Novel room was messy There was even a stuffed tiger doll size of a Labrador in theoom At the end of his single size bed there was a normal computer connected to three screens This computer was the kind that everyone could easily buy one at any stores It blowed investigators mind They didn t expect this shabby place was the ground zero of flash crash It turned out Sarao actually fooled the whole world from here thousands of miles away from Wall Street You must feel curious How did pull this stuntThe techniue he used is called spoofing an illegal investment manipulation techniue The logic is simple Sarao placed a very large order on either buy or sell side and other investors would follow like a herd Sarao observed others including computers took similar investing strategy He did the Grand Teton Explorers Guide reverse engineering and set up an easy automation program to place false orders The program would cancel the orders just before execution and then uickly place theeal orders to UFO Crash at Roswell: The Genesis of a Modern Myth reap the benefits That is other investors would still execute the orders that Sarao wanted them to place It made price increase or decrease Therefore Sarao could earn the difference between the pricesAfter the flash crash everyone was discussing what actually happened Scholars did academicesearch Investment experts shared opinions Some people accused computers of disrupting market No one knew the answer The US Government set up special unit to investigate the incident It took 5 years to trace the origin to Sarao Sarao was extradited to the USA and faced up to 380 years in prison What followed was another surprising turn of the story Sarao was diagnosed with Asperger s syndrome He played the market like playing a computer game He didn t know or care how to spend the money In fact he lost most of the money to con artists who cheated him into bad investment projects Sarao was a genius in investment world but he couldn t take good care of himself in the Peig: The Autobiography of Peig Sayers of the Great Blasket Island real world He cooperated well with American Government and taught them insider s wisdom This led to convictions of several other fraudsters Sar. Ted eating into his profits Nav built a system of his own to fight back It worked until 2015 when the FBI arrived at his door Depending on whom you ask Sarao was a scourge a symbol of a financial systemun horribly amok or a folk hero who took on the tyranny of Wall Street and the high freuency tradersA Löwen wecken real life financial thriller Flash Crash uncovers theemarkable behind the scenes narrative of a mystifying market crash a globe spanning investigation into international fraud and the man at the center of them both.