Posted by Cognito on Fri, Sep 18 2009

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Live Blogging- TradeTech West 2009

TradeTech, the most recognized conference for equity traders and the largest buy-side gathering, will be hosting its 4th TradeTech West conference at the Westin St. Francis, in San Francisco, September 21st- 23rd. It is the West Coast's premier equity trading event where 51 speakers and over 380 total attendees will have the opportunity to learn and discuss about the latest in trading strategy, technology, regulation, electronic trading, compliance, and more.

The conference, which is organized into three days, offers traders a variety of speakers and panelists throughout the conference. Furthermore, I am especially looking forward to Dr. Richard L. Peterson's presentation, ‘Inside the Trader's Brain: The Power of Mind Over Money.' Dr. Peterson, MarketPsy Capital, will explore the basic neuroscience of trading decisions and explain how one's brain can be trained to trade profitably under any market conditions. I am also very excited to hear Matt Samelson's, Woodbine Associates, presentation of a research brief on High Frequency Trading. We will obviously be covering these speakers, and others, so check the live blog for updates.

Of course, as with any trading conference, TradeTech West will offer attendees and media plenty of time for networking and socializing throughout and after the conference. It all starts with TradeTech's Kick Off Cocktail Reception directly after Monday's activities. Following that, Linedata Services and Bids Trading, will host their own cocktail reception and invites all media to join them. The reception, which will be held at the Infusion Lounge and start at 4:30pm, can be a great time to unwind, have fun, and strengthen those relationships. If you plan on attending or need more information on the reception, please see Linedata's invitation here.  

Stay tuned for many more updates and I look forward to seeing you all at TradeTech West 2009.

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