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Webinar: Trading Order Flow w/VeloxPro's BookMap

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Webinar: Trading Order Flow w/VeloxPro's BookMap

Hi guys,

It is my pleasure to welcome VeloxPro for a futures.io (formerly BMT) webinar presentation on Trading Order Flow and a demo of their product (as a futures.io (formerly BMT) site sponsor). The webinar will be Wednesday, February 5th @ 4:30 PM Eastern US.

The presenters in the webinar are Tsachi Galanos, Eyal Aviv and Sergey Bondarchuk.

Major topics include:

- The importance and use of the order book
- An overview of the BookMap product and its operation
- Differences and Advantages of BookMap compared with traditional and existing order book tools
- Identifying trade patterns and setups with BookMap

VeloxPro is a boutique financial technology company from Israel. Their core competency is in the areas of mathematics, electrical engineering and computer science. VeloxPro is involved in the development of trading algorithms and market analysis tools.

Their BookMap product is the result of a need for a tool that would help them analyse one of their previous high frequency trading strategies. During the development of BookMap they realized that many traders could potentially benefit from the added market visibility it provides and therefore decided to make it public.

You can find more on their website:
Home - Veloxpro

And more on BookMap here:


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