Trading strategies via book imbalance

Predicting equity and futures tick by tick price movements

Scales

The prevalence of electronic trading has radically changed the market structure in several asset classes, most notably in equities and futures. All market participants in a public electronic venue contribute to price formation by adding and removing liquidity in a limit order book, which ranks the buy and sell orders.

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