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Readers discuss what's wrong with 401(k)s and suggest adjustments that could improve the system.
A growing number of trading and broking firms are now getting involved in High Frequency Trading (HFT), because for those who get it right, the profits can be huge. Ever hear the story of the goose that laid the golden egg? That’s what a successful HFT operation can be, a source of constant revenue and profit.
Morningstar readers cite information flow as the greatest advance for individual investors, but they bemoan inadequate retirement-planning resources.
Individual investors have many enemies: high frequency trading algorithms, dark pools, rogue hedge fund managers, fat-finger traders and Fed interventions, just to name a few.