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About Us

A Name You Can Trust

Fractal Finance ™ is a division of Quant Trade dedicated to researching, developing, and trading nonlinear technologies. After countless disappointments with linear trading methods, we went in pursuit of a tool that can measure markets in a nonlinear fashion. Early in Quant Trade's history, we were introduced to Benoit Mandelbrot and his theories on fractals. Not only did Mandelbrot devise these theories, but he also proved their effectiveness in the cotton futures markets. This was enough evidence for us that nonlinear tools are the way to go for trading.


About Quant Trade, LLC:
Quant Trade is a premier trading technology firm founded in the financial district of Chicago. Originally formed as a commodity trading advisor (CTA) in 2007, Quant Trade has evolved into a diverse organization specializing in fractal analysis, Chaos theory, and other nonlinear trading methods. The principals of Quant Trade are as specialized as the company. Each member brings unique academic and practical trading skills to the table. Collectively the principals have over 100 years of applied trading experience.


Quant Trade has a long list of accomplishments, some most notably are:

  • Developed high frequency trading systems before they were called “high frequency.”

  • Established low latency connectivity exchange gateways in Chicago data centers.

  • Consulted and built trading technology for Sunoco, a multi-billion dollar energy producer.

  • Programmed and traded neural networks (NN) with wavelet filters.

  • Constructed entire trading suites for Bloomberg Professional.

  • Developed unique trading platforms and portfolio valuation frameworks.

Recently, Quant Trade has made new advances in the area of fractal based predictor technology. Fractal Finance reflects part of these efforts. More information on this exciting project will be made available to our members as we continue to make progress.

We invite you to explore the Fractal Finance ™ site and contact us with any questions.

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