Could Goldman Sachs Data Theft Scandal Kill Flash Trading?

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Ethics, Money


Early this month, Tyler Durden of Zero Hedge reported on the case of Sergey Aleynikov (pictured above), a former employee of Goldman Sachs who allegedly stole the code that runs their automated high frequency trading software.

Well, this could have been the catalyst for the recent focus on high frequency trading and may ultimately lead to its downfall.

More at True/Slant.

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One Response to “Could Goldman Sachs Data Theft Scandal Kill Flash Trading?”

  1. rkeane Says:


    Here is a press release that came out today Sept 2nd, 2009. It also has a few photos on it and a 12 second video of me.

    please check out the link

    Richard Keane, narrator Stock Shock

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