• 'They see it the same way they see the VIX and gold:' the 25-year-old cofounder of a crypto trading platform explains why billion hedge funds are getting interested in the market

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Seed CX, a crypto trading platform aimed at institutions, says hedge funds are knocking on the door to use its services to dive into crypto.
    The firm, which has brought on a number of Wall Street heavy weights, announced Wednesday it raised $15 million.
    Seed CX, a crypto trading firm in Chicago, has hedge funds knocking on the door to use its platform, according to cofounder Edward Woodford.
    The firm, which announced Wednesday a $15 million series B fundraising round, is currently in the process of onboarding clients to trade on its spot and derivative trading platform. Woodford, 25, who...
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  • 'They see it the same way they see the VIX and gold:' the 25-year-old cofounder of a crypto trading platform explains why billion hedge funds are getting interested in the market

    'They see it the same way they see the VIX and gold:' the 25-year-old cofounder of a crypto trading platform explains why billion hedge funds are getting interested in the market

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Seed CX, a crypto trading platform aimed at institutions, says hedge funds are knocking on the door to use its services to dive into crypto.
    The firm, which has brought on a number of Wall Street heavy weights, announced Wednesday it raised $15 million.
    Seed CX, a crypto trading firm in Chicago, has hedge funds knocking on the door to use its platform, according to cofounder Edward Woodford.
    The firm, which announced Wednesday a $15 million series B fundraising round, is currently in the process of onboarding clients to trade on its spot and derivative trading platform. Woodford, 25, who...
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  • A Wall Street expert dispels a huge myth about the ETF market's $5 trillion explosion - and explains why tech employees stand to benefit the most

    A Wall Street expert dispels a huge myth about the ETF market's $5 trillion explosion - and explains why tech employees stand to benefit the most

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    A new study from Vincent Deluard of INTL FCStone dispels a long-running myth surrounding exchange-traded funds and passive investing, as it pertains to tech stocks.
    As an extension of his argument, Deluard notes that market-dominating mega-cap tech firms may have further to run, despite trading at lofty valuations.
    Deluard also argues that tech employees - who receive a significant portion of their pay in stock options - are the big winners of the $5 trillion ETF industry explosion.
    The exchange-traded fund industry has made a lot of people very wealthy over the past decade. But it's also...
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