Traders In Trouble

Flaherty, Brian D.
October 2002
Equities;Oct-Dec2002, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p42
Reports on problems facing members of the Security Traders Association. Holding of the 69th annual meeting; Improvement in the trading cost and execution speed for investors; Unintended consequences of government efforts to prevent securities fraud.


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