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Nailed It! with Rachel Apfel Glass Founder + CEO of Glosslab
Getting regular manicures is expensive and time consuming, inspiring Rachel Apfel Glass to found a subscription-based, waterless nail service in 2018 in New York City. Since then, ex-hedge funder Glass has grown her business to include various cities throughout the country. Listen as guest host and IEXer Jayme Abrahamsen returns to interview Rachel, discussing the genesis of her idea, what it’s been like as an entrepreneur and CEO in the space, and where Glosslab is headed in the future. Recorded March 1, 2023.
IEX Exchange’s Position on the SEC’s Proposed Changes to Regulation NMS
We believe the Commission’s proposals are thoughtful, thorough, and appropriately identify aspects of the rules that require reform. We support reform in all the areas identified by the SEC, while suggesting modifications to certain aspects to ensure that regulatory reform meets the Commission’s objectives.
The SEC Plan to Light Up Better Prices: Lots Still to Do
In this third part of our trilogy on the SEC’s proposed market structure reforms, we look again at relevant changes in the markets since Regulation NMS was put in place 18 years ago, what the SEC has already done and is proposing to do that affects how prices are displayed, and some of the questions that remain.
The New Normal: 4 Lasting Effects of the Pandemic on the Stock Market
The Covid-19 pandemic changed life as we knew it. Some of those changes were temporary, but others have endured, changing the ways we work, how we communicate and where we live. The stock market was no exception.
Poker and Wall Street with Aaron Brown of Bloomberg
Aaron Brown, Bloomberg columnist and former managing director and head of financial market research at AQR Capital Management joins Ronan and JR on this episode of Boxes + Lines to chat about the intersection of poker and finance. Aaron deals some great insights into the mind of a professional gambler and the kind of thinking that makes not just a successful poker player, but a successful trader as well. He shares tales from the secretive world of pro poker in the 80’s and bets on the future of AI trading. Recorded February 21, 2023.
New D-Limit Functionality, New D-Limit Optionality
Same order protection, now designed for improved fill rates.
From Pythia to the Pyth Network with Steve Kaminsky of Jump Crypto
Steve Kaminsky of Jump Crypto joins Ronan and JR on this episode of Boxes + Lines to break down The Pyth Network, an oracle that acts as a bridge between on-chain and off-chain applications to provide crypto values and other market data. The group discusses the value of using Pyth and the benefits that come along with contributing data to the network. We also hear about the latest crypto trends to keep an eye on. Recorded January 19, 2023.
Breaking Down the SEC Plan on Exchange Fees
JR continues to break down the SEC's recent market structure proposals. Next up, exchange fees.
Your Top Questions About Market Operations, Answered
Head of Market Operations Thomas O'Brien breaks down the most popular questions our team of Market Ops Specialists receive from broker-dealer Members on a weekly basis.
The Clock is Ticking on Equity Market Reform
JR breaks down the SEC's recent market structure proposals. First up, tick sizes.
Ticks of the Trade with Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading
On the latest episode of Boxes + Lines, Ronan and JR welcome back Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading. The group shares secrets to longevity that all founders can benefit from (staying relevant, for one!), as well as how to distill information for clients. They also discuss what goes into protecting client privacy, what changing tick sizes would mean for traders, and what would need to happen for institutional investors to get into crypto. Recorded October 05, 2022.
The Blurring of Burr: Warring Founding Fathers, Treason, and Romance Novels with Jayme Abrahamsen of IEX and Andy Kaplan of Freedom's Edge Cider
IEX's Jayme Abrahamsen and former Greenlight Capital partner and CEO and founder of Freedom's Edge Cider Andy Kaplan return to the podcast this week for a continuation of their conversation about our cultural fascination with Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. This episode looks specifically at Burr, a one-time rising political star and U.S. vice president who by the end of his life was exiled to Paris and eating from garbage cans. Our guest hosts look at the blurring of Burr's legacy over time, the re-writing of his history from dubious sources like Thomas Jefferson and Hamilton (who were his enemies), our modern need to view the founding fathers as emblems of power and unification (and the impact this had on U.S. currency) and why we've gotten so much wrong about Burr over the years. Recorded on November 30, 2022.