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High-frequency trading has many defenders, but critics say it's killing the market

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ARISTIDE ECONOMOPOULOS/THE STAR-LEDGERJoe Pineiro monitors stocks while working the support desk at Direct Edge in Jersey City. The company's phenomenal growth is being driven by high-frequency trades. Direct Edge, a small, four-year-old electronic trading company on Jersey City's waterfront in...

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