Discussion in 'Order Execution' started by seasideheights, Mar 4, 2009.
going to $25.70/million.
I'd think this ought to reduce black box/algo trading substantially, no?
It's a huge increase.
to reward a job well done?
i've long been an advocate of more funding for the SEC, but also a cleaning out of their staff, and some rule that you can't jump from the SEC to the companies the SEC investigates / works with without a several year wait.
500% lol. They can jack it 2000%, they're still too dumb to catch the Madoffs of this world.
actualy $25/$1 mil has been the avg over the past 15 years. i've seen it $45/$1 mil many times over the past 10 years
Hey, I thought the government was railing against rewarding terrible performance with massive pay rises?
He's right. According to the page you posted, fees were $46.8 per million in 2003.
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