Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hend.Fledge.Tst LSE:HFT London Ordinary Share GB0003719225 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 460.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 1.70 10.52 43.7 74
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 460.00 GBX

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12/4/201722:16Hedge Fund Tracking180
06/1/201513:18HFT - Understanding High Frequency Trading10
15/2/201312:46Henderson Fledgling Trust PLC4

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praipus: AQR long and significantly shorting SL. Confusing RNS SL.
praipus: sorry, I assumed it was a spelling mistake.... Soros's SFM buying more DGB, as Henderson move out, Soros now hold 5.61%
praipus: Odey Asset Management reducing PDG to 14.3% in-Company/73524354 Reducing TUNG to 18% Corporation-PLC-Holdings-in-Company/73578481 Increasing JPJ to 5,74% NOTIFICATION-OF-MAJOR-INTEREST-IN-S/73703526 Increasing PLUS to 24.34% in-Company/74007079 Reducing IWG to 3.28% Company/73999174
shroder: I thought the Turtle system was long forgotten, amazed to see so much interest - thanks for the link. The video to Curtis Faith really sums up my own conclusions, price discovery is so much easier today with market anomalies having short duration. The last book I read relating to the Turtles was Market Wizards, last edition from memory - excellent read, as is Reminiscences of a Stock Operator, my copy is now well dog eared :)
shroder: It would be a case of finding another beta related share as a long against CLLN. Of course the disclosure thresholds are different for long/short positions making difficult to match off positions, in some cases for overseas holders it jumps to 5%. The only way is to go through their own monthly reporting similar as with AQR above.
skyship: Taken from ACD's Annual Report to 31st Dec'12: ============================================= Performance Review: During 2012, the net asset value per share increased by 9.7 per cent to 103.38p (taking account of dividends paid). Total shareholder returns were also up 9.7 per cent comprising a share price increase of 4.5p to 86.0p and total dividends of 3.43p paid during the year. This once again makes AcenciA the best performing listed fund of hedge funds over one, two and three years, on both an absolute and risk adjusted basis. ============================================= For Q1'13 ACD grew its NAV by 3.81% I'm sure most of us on this thread already hold ACD; but if not, then time to take a detailed look at the ACD thread. They are in liquidation mode and look likely to return 14%-15%pa over the next two years to liquidation in Q1'15.
praipus: Dan Loeb's Third Point Offshore Investors Limited In the process of collecting a 19-28% stake in DCI at 19p interims NAV €1.40 = £1.11 share price 20p!
velvetide: The aspect of hft which is being overlooked is that I as a private would read the signals from the charts to verify my reasoning to buy or sell a share. As the short to medium term charts are now merely a reflection of computer generated patterns, probability tricks, etc, there is now no verifying information available. This verification is of course necessary due to the deficit of information a private investor has over the city. A private investor's purchase against the trend is rarely a winning trade. Hence the private investor is gradually being driven away from short and medium terms trading and probably therefore away from trading all together (it has been drummed into us that buy and hold is dead - which is probably true for a majority of investments. That is the case for me, I will now probably select a handful of attractive long term opportunities to invest in and check them once a year. Last year I probably made 10 to 20 trades every day, now I don't trade at all. One of the reasons I initially stopped was because I was not able to easily get sell quotes into upward spikes. This was on top of an increasing difficulty of getting any quote at all as the hft information flood into my level 2 was preventing me getting quotes from my market maker (my broadband is very fast) - often it would take a minute or longer to get a uk buy or sell quote. A bit of a paradox considering the arguments put in favour of hft - instead - floods of liquidity preventing trading at all...or perhaps only allowing me to trade when it suits them? Only being allowed to trade selectively against a chaotic backdrop is not for the rational. So its goodbye from me, rather sadly, I did enjoy it a lot once.
snowyflake: Praipus - Tried to access this very worthwhile site by using HFT epic code to no avail. Can you please advise on a simple route.
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