Wall Street pros still feel investors are playing on a tilted field, though they're less concerned about a "rigged" market than a year ago.» Read More
CNBC's Bob Pisani explains the fundamentals of high-frequency trading and why institutional traders are so unhappy.
High-frequency trading should be investigated, if not mitigated by a speculation tax, consumer advocate Ralph Nader tells CNBC.
Peter Nabicht, Modern Markets Initiative senior advisor, explains why he thinks high-frequency trading is good for investors. The FMHR traders debate his position.
CNBC's Jeff Cox discusses whether or not high-frequency trading matters to the investor.
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader slams high-speed trading, saying it should be investigated and addressed by regulators.
Larry Harris, former SEC chief economist, weighs in on the high-frequency trading debate and explains what can be changed to level the trading playing field.
Major stock exchanges could learn a lot from amusement parks and ski resorts, former SEC chief Richard Breeden tells CNBC.
The "Squawk on the Street" news team discusses yesterday's fiery debate over high-frequency trading on CNBC's "Power Lunch."
The markets aren't rigged but they aren't risk-free, says Richard Breeden, Richard C. Breed & Company CEO, providing perspective on the growing controversy over high-frequency trading and the SEC's role in monitoring the activity.
A look back at yesterday's testy exchange between author Michael Lewis, and Brad Katsuyama of IEX and BATS Global Markets' William O'Brien over accusations the markets are rigged. CNBC's Bob Pisani reports.
The CEO of the Swiss stock exhange told CNBC he was more concerned about the lack of transparency in so-called dark pools than about HFT per se.
We have more liquidity in the markets than we ever before and it's cheaper to trade, says Salient Partners CIO Lee Partridge, sharing his thoughts on high-frequency trading.
CNBC's Bob Pisani provides insight on yesterday's testy exchange between Brad Katsuyama of IEX and BATS Global Markets' William O'Brien over accusations the markets are rigged. And "Flash Boys" author Michael Lewis sidesteps the question whether he thinks the markets are broken.
Ed Keon, Quantitative Management Associates, shares his opinions on high-frequency trading and answers if he "rigs" the market. "We very carefully make sure that our trading costs are as low as we can get them," Keon says.
Peter Toogood, investment director at City Financial, discusses high frequency trading and the controversy surrounding it.
Workers on Wall Street discuss high-frequency trading and whether a speed advantage is really unfair.
CNBC's Jeff Cox discusses the buzz around Michael Lewis' new book, "Flash Boys."
It was the fight that stopped trading on the floor of the NYSE.
Brad Katsuyama, IEX; William O'Brien, BATS Global Markets president, and CNBC's Bob Pisani, debate high-frequency trading and if the stock market is "rigged."
Brad Katsuyama, IEX; William O'Brien, BATS Global Markets president, "Flash Boys" author Michael Lewis; and CNBC's Bob Pisani, debate high-frequency trading and the perceived unfairness in the public exchanges.