High Frequency Trading Falls Out of Fashion

High Frequency Trading started in a modest way in a garage and saw its turnover rising from 9 percent of U.S. volume in 2006, garnering 60 percent market share in 2010 before its turnover dwindling to 6 million shares per day recently.

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