On Friday, the equivalent of 15 percent of the world’s supply of mined gold was dumped.
This week, a trading glitch roiled the New York Stock Exchange. Is high-frequency trading shoving small investors out of the market?
Investing is not always as straightforward as it seems. As some may recall, the world of high-frequency trading was thrust into the spotlight last May when the Dow Jones plunged nearly 700 points in just a few minutes. The Securities and Exchange Commission investigated the incident and traced it back to one large sell order