Personal Finance: High-frequency trading keeps some people anxious

Personal Finance: High-frequency trading keeps some people anxious

Personal Finance: High-frequency trading keeps some people anxious

WASHINGTON — Some people have lost their taste for the stock market, with many concluding it’s more dangerous than they can tolerate for their kids’ college money or retirement savings.

And they have reason to be anxious.

At a Senate banking committee hearing in Washington in late September, professionals who have been involved with the high-frequency trading that dominates stock buying and selling confirmed some of the worst fears of individuals struggling with investments: The stock market has been behaving erratically and playing with people’s emotions as frenetic stock movements have often been divorced from either the economy or businesses’ performance…

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