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  High frequency trading is in the news. But can you do it?

Greenwich Associates reports that more than three-quarters of all U.S. institutions and 95% of the largest and most active institutional traders are using algorithmic trading strategies.
A Goldman Sachs programmer is accused of stealing algorithms that are the crown jewels of that firm’s trading success.
In a July 24th article, the N.Y. Times reports that NYSE Euronext spokesperson says, "It's become a technological arms race, and what separates winners and losers is how fast they can move."
In the same article, the N.Y. Times reports: "It's a hot new thing on Wall Street, a way for a handful of traders to master the market..."

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