The Case for High-Information TradingThe SEC can help level the playing field by letting companies release more details about their operations in real time. Original Article
This article, published by The Wall Street Journal, quotes Discovery Institute Senior Fellow George Gilder:
In “Knowledge and Power” (2013), technology guru George Gilder asks: “Why in the midst of an information age, when capital and data zip around the planet at the speed of light, do markets reach peaks of volatility resembling tulip auctions in 1690, when carrier pigeons were the fastest transmitters of information?”
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