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Dick Bove says there are a few issues that should be addressed before we jump on Michael Lewis’s bandwagon and call the market “rigged.”
Carol Roth takes issues with Rep. Jim Moran's claim that Congress is underpaid. Here's what they really need, she says.
Despite the furor over whether high-frequency trading is "rigging" markets, more regulations aren't needed, said Harvey Pitt, a former SEC chairman.
Dennis Gartman of "The Gartman Letter" says to get out of stocks and ride out the pullback on the sidelines.
The returns for convertible bonds or "CoCos" - a hybrid of debt and equity - can be high, but so too can the carnage be that they cause.
NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari has been called all kinds of names after the HFT debate including "dinosaur." Here's his response.
US policies—and Fed policy in particular—isn't what's hindering the recovery, says Ron Insana.
In the wake of the HFT throwdown, ex-Galleon trader Turney Duff recalls some of the best fights on Wall Street.
The high-frequency trading debate is giving Ron Insana "Casablanca" flashbacks: "I'm shocked, SHOCKED to find that gambling is going on in here!"
The Kochs are fighting back. And I hope they do more of it.
The HFT controversy should become the biggest insider trading case ever pursued by SEC, said investor advocate and former SEC lawyer Mercer Bullard.
Even Jim Cramer now admits the Obama administration is hostile to business, says Jake Novak. And that's hurting the jobs recovery.
High-frequency traders can't front-run anyone, says algorithmic-trading specialist Rishi Narang. Here's why.
Electronic trading isn't as bad as it seems but the SEC must make some changes now, says former SEC chief economist Larry Harris.
The ECB meets Thursday and here's the dilemma it faces,says Mohamed El-Erian.
Despite recent market gains, Ron Insana defends his recent call for a real market correction. Here's why.
Former IBM CEO Sam Palmisano's new book on a new model for going global offers some interesting points for Internet companies, says BuzzFeed's Jon Steinberg.
High-frequency trading is a "cancer" that is destroying the original purpose of the market, says NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari.
In his book "Flash Boys," author Michel Lewis alleges that the market is rigged in favor of high frequency traders. But you can still beat the pros.
Ex-Galleon trader Turney Duff said they "knew somebody was stealing" from them but for Michael Lewis to call the market "rigged" isn't quite right.