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If you had hoped to do some high-frequency trading directly at the Nasdaq, we have some unfortunate news. Read more »

After decades of responding to tips about fraud by writing notes on napkins and then throwing them away, the Securities and Exchange Commission finally got itself some computers and is excited to put them to use. Legitimate use. First up: figure out if maybe the computers are in fact the problem.
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The firm’s flagship fund has lost $2 billion over the past month as a result of a “bullishly positioned portfolio.” Read more »