Investor you can’t have this high frequency trading benefit! Incredibly, high frequency traders help narrow price spreads and stop you from benefitting! In fact high frequency trading actively serves as an impenetrable barrier that stops investors from benefitting from narrowed price spreads. This is yet one more high frequency trading ‘benefit’ that you can’t have! Incredibly, high frequency traders are both the cause and effect!
High Frequency Traders Market Making Myth exposes the market making claim of high frequency traders as a myth pitched by predators in rigged markets!
Exorcising Another High Frequency Trading Devil. Greedy manipulators use phantom arguments saying your investments benefit from high frequency trading. Anyone saying you or your investments benefit from high frequency trading is pitching toxic investment snake oil. Statements plotting to convince you being a victim has benefits are nonsense. Investor portfolios get picked as the source of the billions this unfair market rigging delivers to predators.
Market babel and high frequency trading uses noise and confusion to mislead and create a false reality. While telling investors the benefits of pickpockets. Rather than serving the best interest of investors, U.S. stock market controllers, facilitators and intermediaries conspire to pick their pockets. Then they have the audacity to speak babel telling you that it is all good for you. They claim you could not have the benefits of a robust market without them getting rich feeding on your assets!
High Frequency Trading Guru Brad Katsuyama Interviewed by Catherine Murray of BNN following the stir caused by a new book by Michael Louis, Flash Boys. Exposing high frequency trading and the dramatic impact that intermediaries now have on markets, investing, investors including your retirement!
Financial advisor incompetence exposed in a CBC hidden camera video documents financial advisor incompetence. Show Me The Money ran February 28, 2014, as part of the Marketplace broadcast. Marketplace is a consumer information show broadcast on CBC TV in Canada.