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Why there's no recovery in stock trading volume, as has occurred after past recessions and...

Why there's no recovery in stock trading volume, as has occurred after past recessions and crashes, according to Josh Brown: "They sold us out" - they being HFT "trading robot[s] based in Kansas, far from regulatory scrutiny" and exchanges now used as "exit ramps and liquidity dumps once the real money has been made." But it's darkest before the dawn; Brown says his rant actually sums up the bullish case.
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  • Hitesh Patel
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    When you have better odds of winning in blackjack at the casino then the rigged stock market you go to the casino. The "smart guys" think they have designed a sure thing, but what will happen when they drive everyone out of the market and they are the ones left standing.
    7 May 2012, 07:05 PM Reply Like
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