How the SEC can finally fix exchange overload

08/29/2013 | Wall Street & Technology

With 13 exchanges creating their own rules and procedures in an effort to maximize profit, they have neglected forming a system that allows each to operate without glitches and system overloads. To combat these glitches, the Securities and Exchange Commission should consider consolidating the exchanges, ending rebates, install a minimum price improvement and require the exchanges to keep investors in the order-flow loop.

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