I am in the process of designing a database (for effecient) trading of Stocks which come in XML file format.
The purpose is that the Operator looks at the screen and he is prompted if there is a price difference for each feed coming in for a particular product. The system highlights the operator that there is price didfference and he may buy or sell looking at the difference. for that particular PRODUCT.
Has anyone done database design for this particular scenario. I am looking for help regarding this. Could you pls share the tables for this. all the operator needs is to trade looking at the screen.
I do not have a specific design already made for a stock exchange, but if you share what you have, i.e., your thoughts, I can help guide you a bit. The keys will be understanding the separation of duties
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