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NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — Round-the-clock stock trading, once considered a natural and inevitable next step in an increasingly technology-driven, global market, is now widely seen by U.S. traders and exchanges as undesirable and unnecessary. The …
Market Watch · ByV. Phani Kumar · 11/30/2011
“They’ve found a loophole that needs to be closed.” View Graphic But Sauter says these traders are a lubricant for the stock market’s engine, providing liquidity and helping cut down transaction costs for all long-term investors. “We do disagree ...
Washington Post · ByDina Elboghdady · 10/26/2012
USA TODAY markets reporter Matt Krantz answers a different reader question every weekday. To submit a question, e-mail Matt at mkrantz@usatoday.com. Q: Why don't stock options trade before and after regular stock market hours, as do most stocks?
USA Today · 10/8/2012
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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock is trading up higher by roughly 17% year-to-date, and heading into Monday’s Apple earnings report, it continues to look constructive through the technical analysis lens. If you’re looking to buy into or make a trade on ...
Investor Place · 4/24/2015
Last week, I wrote about the documented evidence that trading activity results in lower returns to investors. This is equally true for those people we think of as professional investors and for people day trading in their parents’ basements. As far as I ...
New York Times · ByCarl Richards · 5/5/2014
If you thought that stock traders made enough money, and wielded enough power over the global economy, think again: Financial traders are now turning to high-speed laser networks between stock exchanges, to decrease latency by a few milliseconds, to ...
Extreme Tech · BySebastian Anthony · 5/3/2013
For that reason, I was excited when I heard about a brand new app called Robinhood, which provides zero-commission stock trading at your fingertips. While online brokers are nothing new, with existing firms such as Interactive Brokers and E-Trade ...
9 to 5 Mac · 12/11/2014
You wouldn't believe it by the way it trades, but Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL ) actually closed today as the most valuable company in the world. Typically, big blue-chip companies track the market closely, seeing gains that rarely deviate much from the market ...
The Motley Fool · ByEric Bleeker · 3/12/2013
One problem that people with a lot of time on their hands like to get worked up about is that academic economists sometimes write papers advocating positions that benefit organizations that give them money, while being coy about that relationship.
Dealbreaker · ByMatt Levine · 6/18/2013
Today I want to write about who I believe is beyond a shadow of a doubt, the greatest (ordinary) retail trader who ever lived. Now by ordinary, what I am talking about is an individual who did not go on to create an Investment Fund as a result of his ...
The Huffington Post · 5/11/2015