Market-maker report calls an end to slow traders on maker taker exchanges
KCG, the electronic market-maker, has
claimed in a report that to avoid adverse selection slower
traders should quit maker-taker exchanges and move to dark
pools and exchanges that require firms to pay to trade.
The report, the second part of a two part series on trading,
claims low latency execution is now essential for all market
participants including institutional investors.
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