Community Chatter: Most Commented Articles of 2013

When community members start commenting on an article, the comments usually come in bunches. This year articles about cybersecurity, high-frequency trading, Elizabeth Warren and big data generated a lot of interest and comments. Here are the articles you were talking about in 2013.
December 31, 2013

HFT On The Decline

As the saying goes, the bigger they are the harder they fall. Or, when it comes to boom and bust cycles, the faster they rise the quicker they fall. Such is the case with high-frequency trading in the U.S. equities markets, according to Matt Samelson, a Wall Street & Technology Thought Leader and Principal at Woodbine Associates.

According to Samelson, high-frequency trading has blown through the business life cycle stages in five short years and is already on the decline. Readers, of course, let us know how they really felt about the controversial topic of HFT.

Read the full article: HFT Has Run Its Course In The U.S. Equity Market

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