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.
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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!
Market Rigging and High Frequency Trading covered in 60 Minutes TV video presentation and in Flash Boys, a new book by Michael Louis.
Canadian Trader Uncovers Market Rigging, clearly explains the issue of high frequency trading. The market rigging story all came to light because Brad Katsuyama, a Canadian trader at the Royal Bank of Canada, realized that something had changed in the trading market. He put in the time and resources to precisely identify the details and issues. Any investor must see this video.
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.
Buyers and sellers agree and disagree to make a market work. The stock market needs buyers and sellers as well as both agreement and disagreement. We also need significant numbers of buyers and sellers willing to trade significant numbers of shares.
A reader asked for a comment on the bitcoin market. Anyone with a burning need for a currency free of any central authority can use and trade bitcoins. Or shiny stones, old teacups or anything you can get someone else to agree has some value. With bitcoins some people will actually accept them as a form of payment.
Defense Against Stock Scams covers a $140 million stock scam from August, 2013. A reminder that awareness and homework are the best defense against scams. This post begins the White Top View Series, Scam Defense. Part 2: 4 tips make an easy stock scam check follows as our next post. Stock scamming crooks duped investors out of $140,000,000! Hundreds of victims in 35 countries were scammed by four Canadian sleazebags. They were assisted by five American stock crooks. So far 7 have been arrested.