GenTraveling – Friday Finds

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Hello! I have some Fabulous Friday Finds to share with you!

All over the internet, there are articles about places where you might want to GenTravel to! Each Friday I hope to share links to some of those articles.  There might be one link, or if my time management skills are stellar that week, and I have time to hunt for more, I’ll link to more than just one. :o)

Here are this week’s:

This fun post from quite a few years ago struck my eye. This blogger writes about their GenTravels to Northern Ireland to their “McCool homestead”.  Really?  How COOL would it be to have that surname?!?!!! :o)  Hop on over and take a peek…especially if you have Irish ancestry!

AND…here’s a post at Turning My Earth that has some excellent tips for when you all go GenTraveling!

Have a great weekend! Best wishes for finding those ancestors.  Are you planning your GenTraveling yet? Where do you plan to go? Be sure to share your GenTraveling Bucket list on our Bucket List Page.  GenTraveling: It’s the Real Deal Thrill!

3 thoughts on “GenTraveling – Friday Finds

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  2. “The interactions are complex, but the observed result is an increase in volatility.”What is the evidence of increased volatility due to automated trading? People talk about this as a proven fact, but I still haven’t seen any evidence presented in econoblogs/press. Can you reference anything?Please note, that algo trading is used not only by arbitrageurs, it’s also used by funds (mutual, hedge etc) or their brokers. When you need to execute a huge order in a stock or in a basket, you can’t just send it to the [single] market (if it’s not dark pool) because of market impact.

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