One year after Michael Lewis' book "Flash Boys" claimed the markets were rigged, a new survey shows many on Wall Street don't necessarily agree with him.
According to a ConvergEx poll of 245 investment professionals, 57 percent believe the market is unfair for all participants. That is down from 70 percent who said the same thing last year, just after the book's release.
However, what is really telling is that only 42 percent said they made any changes in the way they trade or interact with markets, ConvergEx CEO Eric Noll said Tuesday.
"Most investors, at least on the large institutional side of the marketplace, don't really feel like the house is on fire," he said in an interview with "Power Lunch."
"They may have a lot of concerns about the way the market works and how it's being dealt with and the changes that should be made, but they don't really feel like it's rigged, or they're not getting what they want in the marketplace, or they would be making changes."