Payment For Order Flow
SEC Would Not Bold As To Just Outright Kill Payment For Order Flow
It’s just going to smother it with regulations.
Instead Of Banning Payment For Order Flow, SEC Will Just Change Everything About Trading So As To Make It Impossible
Gary Gensler’s putting some teeth into best execution.
Merrick Garland Is Looking To Nail Some Corporate A**es To The Wall
The Justice Department is going holistic on wrongdoers.
SEC Finds Everything Worked Fine During Memestock Madness, Will Look Into Changing Everything Anyway
Gary Gensler needs no damning report to get regulating.
‘Wait, Senator, Don’t You Want To Hear About This Mug Who Said He Had An AI Supercomputer In His Mom’s Basement?’
Selections from the cutting-room floor of Gary Gensler’s Senate Banking Committee testimony.
Robinhood Legal Chief Whistling Past Graveyard Of 80% Of Its Revenue
We’re sure all Gary Gensler needs to stop worry and love payment for order flow is time.
Direct Threat To 80% Of Revenue Translates To 7% Decline In Robinhood Shares
Makes as much sense as any of the rest of it, no?
Robinhood May Lose 81% Of Its Revenue, Still Going Public Anyway
No payment for order flow? No problem for this merry band of troublemakers.
Robinhood Gets Some Good News Vis-à-Vis Getting Sued
TD Ameritrade can’t be hit with a class-action over payment for order flow, so the little app that sometimes couldn’t probably can’t, either.
Now That The SEC Thinks About It, It Is Strange That Citadel, Et. Al.,Pay So Much For The Right To Execute Free Trades
You know, when Elizabeth Warren puts it that way.