Must-Watch: “Understanding Today’s Market Structure”

    
July 4, 2019

Dear Manager,

At the top of CEO Daniel Schlaepfer’s must-watch list is “Understanding Today’s Market Structure”, featuring Rosenblatt Securities Partner Justin Schack.

About the Video
As investors’ options have grown exponentially, the underlying market structure has become incredibly complex. And according to market structure expert Justin Schack, no one with a blank slate would recreate today’s market structure. Schack, a partner at Rosenblatt Securities, says that despite all the complexity, it’s not a fundamentally unfair system that should be “blown up”. Instead, he believes investors have largely benefitted from the changes in market structure. He also argues that some advocates for structural change have ulterior motives.

Be sure to tell your traders about this video! By watching, they will learn more about how markets today work, and how they came to be—from a historical and analytical perspective.

If you have any comments or questions, you can submit a mojo.

Regards,

Communications Team

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