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Well I think the main issue is that the BMIS had no external party acting as an official holder of the books and records. The Asset Manager utilizes a broker to get access to the market, and the Custodian (and the Administrator) to be the official keepers of the books and records of the trades, by validating and confirming the execution of each trade. Both ...


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I think it will also depend on the amount of the orders you will entering. In FXInside it will also depend if you are just aggregating or using a HUB, and even if you use the HUB it will depend if you are enable to "make liquidity" otherwise you will be only sending an agressive watch order waiting a market move. I don't have any number to share with you, ...


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It really depends on what you're trading on. Very often, butterfly trades are simply mean reverting trades. For example, you may look at 2s/5s/10s (typically on a regression or PCA-weighted basis) and see whether it's trading at "extreme" levels relative to history (i.e., are 5s trading rich or cheap relative to where 2s and 10s are trading). This can be ...



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