Tom Meyer

Tom Meyer began as a financial adviser with Wall Street investment bank, Dean Witter Reynolds, in 1993. After Dean Witter merged with Morgan Stanley, he became a manager in the Morgan Stanley system.

Around the turn of the millennium, he met a software engineer who had developed one of the first algorithmic-based trading programs. The markets were getting crushed thanks to the dotcom crash, but these new systems were making money.

That prompted Tom to leave Wall Street. He began collaborating with his software contacts and others who believed that sophisticated algorithms were the future of trading stocks.

One of these collaborations led to the development of a program available only on Bloomberg’s network for investment banks and institutional traders (Tom still supplies research to Bloomberg each week). And another brought Tom into our world.

This is a genuine coup. Not only have we worked with Tom to develop his algorithm and make it available in Australia for the first time…but we’re making it available to private retail Aussie investors like you for the first time.