With U.S. equity volumes plunging, the buy side increasingly is searching for liquidity in dark pools, stoking long-held fears about a lack of execution transparency in the opaque markets. But should buy-side firms be afraid of the dark? Advanced Trading's May digital issue breaks down everything the buy-side trader needs to know to find value in dark pools.
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In This Issue:
Finding Your Way In Dark Waters: Buy-side traders are finding value in the dark -- if they know where to look.
A Matter of Trust: Greg Smith's scathing resignation from Goldman Sachs in the op-ed pages of the New York Times sheds light on investors' worst fears.
- 5 Reasons for the Rise In Dark Volume
- Global Exchanges Pick Up the Pieces After Megamerger Failures
- The JOBS Act Could Give Hedge Funds a Shot In the Arm