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The Source Code: Brad Katsuyama

Sep 19, 2018
The former trader started his own stock exchange, IEX, to address his concerns about high-frequency trading.
IEX Group President and CEO Bradley Katsuyama, right, and Notre Dame finance professor Robert Battalio prepare to testify before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Investigations Subcommittee about high-speed stock trading in 2014.
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The business case for a stock market speed bump

Sep 19, 2018
A 350-millisecond delay can help long-term investors get equal footing with high-frequency traders, argues IEX's CEO.
Bradley Katsuyama, IEX Group president and CEO, testifies before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Investigations Subcommittee about high-speed stock trading in U.S. markets on Capitol Hill in 2014.
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Too much high-frequency trading can rig the market, IEX founder says

Sep 18, 2018
Brad Katsuyama says some traders use tech to "know the horse race is over, and they're betting against people who still think the race is happening."
An employee views trading screens at the offices of Panmure Gordon and Co. in 2014 in London.
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