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Speed Trader Foresees Sisyphean Task in HFT Crackdown

The founder of Lime Wire says the NYAG risks overturning years of progress by banning practices such as co-location, in which firms increase their trading speeds by placing their computers within feet of exchange data processors.

Traders Magazine Online News, March 19, 2014

Sam Mamudi

The founder of Lime Wire says the NYAG risks overturning years of progress by banning practices such as co-location, in which firms increase their trading speeds by placing their computers within feet of exchange data processors.

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