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High Frequency Traders Under Scrutinyi
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April 08, 2014 9:41 PM
The U. S. Justice Department is investigating the relationship between high frequency trading firms and major exchanges -- and regulators in Washington and the state of New York are taking aim at them as well. At issue is the integrity of the worldwide marketplace and the appropriate use of advanced technology. VOA’s Bernard Shusman reports from Wall Street in New York City.

High Frequency Traders Under Scrutiny

Published April 08, 2014

The U. S. Justice Department is investigating the relationship between high frequency trading firms and major exchanges -- and regulators in Washington and the state of New York are taking aim at them as well. At issue is the integrity of the worldwide marketplace and the appropriate use of advanced technology. VOA’s Bernard Shusman reports from Wall Street in New York City.


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by: Eric from: New Jersey
April 08, 2014 11:47 PM
One reason I supported my Congressman's bid for Senate was his proposal for a 0.01 or less tax on every trade. A day trader would barely notice, but when you are trading hundreds of times per second it adds up.