A dark pool is a private financial trading platform where buyers and sellers can trade stocks anonymously, away from the public eye. It allows for large trades to be executed with limited market impact, as the details of the trade are not publicly disclosed until after the trade has been executed. Dark pools are often used by institutional investors and high-frequency traders.
The DIX (Dark Index) is a theoretical benchmark that aims to reflect the performance of dark pool trading activity. It is not a physical index, and its calculation is based on the assumed average of the price changes of stocks that are traded in dark pools. The purpose of the DIX is to provide a benchmark for the performance of dark pool trading and to give investors an insight into the impact that dark pools have on stock prices.
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