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7-7-14 12pm, Garland, Stock Market

Jul 7, 2014|

Is the stock market really open? New Orleans own Michael Lewis warned the stock market is rigged. Now we learn there’s something called "dark pools"--private stock trading platforms not available to the public. Again, who do you trust now?

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