September 18, 2014
September 14, 2014
smileprettybaby:

gifcraft:

A prairie dog was too fat to get out of his hole


This makes me so sad. Unless they took this little porker to a habitat he is most likely goin to get stuck again and die.

smileprettybaby:

gifcraft:

A prairie dog was too fat to get out of his hole

This makes me so sad. Unless they took this little porker to a habitat he is most likely goin to get stuck again and die.

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130186:

A.F. Vandevorst Fall 2011 

130186:

A.F. Vandevorst Fall 2011 

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September 13, 2014
September 12, 2014

ninjashyme:

Love the oversized hood on the sweater!!!

Uma Wang F/W 2012

(Source: umawang.com, via circuitbird)


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September 11, 2014

elpatronrealg:

Safety Harbor Firearms KEG12

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September 5, 2014

Busted! HFT Algo Goes Wild in Nasdaq Futures Moments Before Job Number Hits
In the minute preceding last week’s highly anticipated payrolls report, Nanex exposes the appearance of a High Frequency Trading (HFT) algo in both the December 2013 Nasdaq (NQ) Futures and the QQQs (an ETF). When it was active, it caused prices to gyrate wildly over a few seconds of time.
This is the brief period that also saw Treasury Futures halted (and gold prices jumping) and looking closer at the charts, it appears this HFT algo caused wild price oscillations in the futures in a way that enable it to establish a short position in QQQs. We are sure the regulatory world is already on this blatant manipulation (or simple front-running on information received).


HFT is the new rogue Tthreat in nearly every bit of sci fi I’ve been reading of late.

Busted! HFT Algo Goes Wild in Nasdaq Futures Moments Before Job Number Hits

In the minute preceding last week’s highly anticipated payrolls report, Nanex exposes the appearance of a High Frequency Trading (HFT) algo in both the December 2013 Nasdaq (NQ) Futures and the QQQs (an ETF). When it was active, it caused prices to gyrate wildly over a few seconds of time.

This is the brief period that also saw Treasury Futures halted (and gold prices jumping) and looking closer at the charts, it appears this HFT algo caused wild price oscillations in the futures in a way that enable it to establish a short position in QQQs. We are sure the regulatory world is already on this blatant manipulation (or simple front-running on information received).

HFT is the new rogue Tthreat in nearly every bit of sci fi I’ve been reading of late.

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