Fears that high-speed traders have been manipulating U.S. financial markets has sparked a fiery debate in recent weeks following allegations by Michael Lewis.
In his new book "Flash Boys," author Michael Lewis alleges that the stock market is "rigged" by a mix of high frequency traders, stock exchanges and Wall Street firms.
Lewis says that high frequency traders, or so-called "Flash Boys," are able to front-run orders, enabling them to buy in front of you and sell back to you when you want to buy.
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