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Wall Street Profits by Putting Investors in the Slow Lane

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'Attack on PENISIONS and other benefits:  As brokers take kickbacks to execute trades on certain exchanges, this  produces worse outcomes for their institutional investor clients — and therefore, for individual pension beneficiaries, mutual fund investors and insurance policy holders — and ill-gotten gains for the brokers. Although the harm suffered on each trade is minuscule — fractions of a cent per share — the aggregate kickbacks amount to billions of dollars a year. The diffuse harm to individuals and the concentrated benefit to Wall Street create yet another way in which the system is rigged, justifiably eroding public confidence in the fairness of the financial system.'

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