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Not Your Grandma's Stock Market: The Stock Market Has Changed, and Not for the Better
     

Not Your Grandma's Stock Market: The Stock Market Has Changed, and Not for the Better

by Jim McTague
 

This Element is an excerpt from Crapshoot Investing: How Tech Savvy Traders and Clueless Regulators Turned the Stock Market into a Casino (9780132599689) by Jim McTague. Available in print and digital formats.

 

The revolutionary change in the stock markets that you didn’t notice–and the profound impact it will have on your

Overview

This Element is an excerpt from Crapshoot Investing: How Tech Savvy Traders and Clueless Regulators Turned the Stock Market into a Casino (9780132599689) by Jim McTague. Available in print and digital formats.

 

The revolutionary change in the stock markets that you didn’t notice–and the profound impact it will have on your investments.

 

A revolution inexorably altered the American stock market beginning in 2007; but outside the industry, few realized it had occurred. As late as 2010, the average investor still believed that the stock market was dominated by two major exchanges: NYSE and NASDAQ. In fact, it had expanded to more than a dozen registered equity exchanges and more than 200 other stock-trading venues. . . .

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780132698375
Publisher:
Pearson Education
Publication date:
01/26/2011
Series:
FT Press Delivers Elements
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
20
File size:
309 KB

Meet the Author

Jim McTague has been Washington Editor of Barron’s Magazine since 1994–a post that gives him privileged access to key players in Washington and on Wall Street. A credentialed White House and Capitol Hill correspondent, he’s covered every administration since the first President Bush. McTague is a regular guest on NBC, CNN, CNBC, MSNBC, FOX, and FOX Business News. His extensive analysis of the underground economy in 2005 exploded the myth that illegal aliens were a small percentage of the U.S. population, triggering today’s border security debate.

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