Another "Flash Crash" in the financial markets could happen at any moment because of high...
Another "Flash Crash" in the financial markets could happen at any moment because of high frequency trading, warns former hedge fund analyst David Lauer. These disasters are causing retail investors to flee the equities market - $283B already since the Flash Crash in May 2010 - and their flight during a period of incredible stock market returns is a sure sign this exodus is a result of mistrust rather than economic conditions. And it's simply "a matter of time" Lauer says, "before we have another."
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