WSJ personal finance columnist Jason Zweig stops by Mean Street and says Wednesday’s trading glitch is more than enough to give small investors reason to be disgusted with the stock market.

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One Response to “Small Investors Should Be Furious at Stock Market”

  1. petten says:

    What do you expect from the stinking software? All software stink (are buggy) one way or another, no matter who made them (even though some are better than others)!

    This is one case in which humans beat machines/software. Shall we (go back and) replace the machines with NYSE specialists?