Urvin Finance 1 Year Update
A year ago we incorporated this company with a simple idea - individual investors were being underserved and underrepresented, and that we could build a company and a platform to empower them.
Payment for Order Flow (PFOF)
Payment for order flow (PFOF) is the compensation and benefit a brokerage firm receives for directing orders to different parties for trade execution. The brokerage firm receives a small payment, usually fractions of a penny per share, as compensation for directing the order to a particular market maker.
The Conflict-Of-Interest Feedback Loop
The current market structure creates incentives for brokers to route orders for their own benefit, rather than for the best execution of their clients.
Citadel's Lawsuit Against the SEC Over IEX's D-Limit Order Type
Does the retail investor really stand to benefit from the market? Citadel is suing the SEC over the D-limit order type while claiming to represent individual investors - but, is this the case?
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Defining Market Activity: A Birds Eye View
it's time to zoom out a bit and get a sense of scale and proportions. What is the scale and structure of markets?
Defining Communication in Markets
Now that we have laid out the different participants in the US equities market, we'll move on to discuss the logistics of communications.
Defining Market Participants
There are many different types of participants in the US equities market, each with distinct needs and objectives. Let's explore!
Let's understand what it means to invest - define investing, understand the base assets, and how assets beget derivatives.
Defining Market Interactions
From IPO to Payment for Order Flow (PFOF), let's understand how markets are constructed and interact.
Defining Public Markets
Join us as we walk through what makes up the public markets - from brokerages to prices, let's figure out how this all works!