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(The New York Times)   America's ugly exposure to market risk leads other nations to limit flashing by traders   (nytimes.com) divider line 4
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2012-09-27 05:03:53 AM
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We had a similar move here on the Moscow Exchange i.e. charging extra fees for entering ultra-high volume of orders and cancelling them immedeately - significantly improved the situation with the exchage's infrastructure. Do not think that's enough, but it is a good start.
2012-09-26 07:00:06 PM
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brianbankerus: I don't think we should limit trading. I think we should tax trading. The more high-speed trades Wall Street wants to do, the more money we bank to bail them out next time they shart the entire world market.


This right here. Taxing even a tiny fraction of a percentage on each transaction would end this nonsense right quick. Or raise a shiatload of revenue. Either would be fine.
2012-09-26 06:48:47 PM
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I don't think we should limit trading. I think we should tax trading. The more high-speed trades Wall Street wants to do, the more money we bank to bail them out next time they shart the entire world market.
2012-09-26 05:02:21 PM
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The US could try to make trading at least public by doing away with the corrupt dark pools and kill line jumping by collocating. The major US markets do not even try to give the appearance equality of opportunity to all investors. Still waiting for someone to go to jail for the massive well document fraud that caused the economic meltdown in the first place.
 
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