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An Introduction to Real-Time Stock Market Data Processing

, 20 May 2013 CPOL
Discusses how stock market trading works, the different types of market data available, and provides a code example with sample data that processes a market data feed



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About the Author

Paul A Francis

Australia Australia
Paul Francis currently works as a developer and quantitative analyst in the Equities section of an investment bank.
He holds an undergraduate Honours degree in Finance, and is near completion of a Ph.D. in Market Microstructure, specialising in order flow modelling, and market data processing, reconstruction and analytics.
He is also the creator of Sharp Spark (Spark API SDK), an open source component designed to facilitate the processing of real-time market data from the Spark API:

Paul lives in Sydney, Australia.

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