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“You’re Playing with Sharks”

Posted by Larry Doyle on July 22nd, 2010 6:20 AM |

Is it safe to go in the water? In other words, is it safe to play in the markets under the current construct? Do small retail investors truly stand a chance against the ‘big boys’ on Wall Street running high powered algorithmic trading programs and assorted other high frequency trading mechanisms? Are fundamental traders being thrown around amidst the ‘high waves’ and ‘strong surf’ pounding the shore?

No doubt, the scene on Wall Street has changed dramatically over the years. The onslaught of high frequency trading complete with a wide array of ‘bait and tackle’ such as flash orders, dark pools, naked access, co-location, and much more make it extremely challenging — if not downright daunting — for those who believe they can navigate these waters with simple ‘rod and reel.’ (more…)






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