February 1, 2010
I think the SEC just wants the Brokers who offer "unfiltered' access to be accountable for erroneous or malicious conduct on behalf of their customers.
This is prudent considering what has transpired over the last 13 months.
But, don't forget that their are responsible, ordinary folks like me who rely on daytrading for a living.
I am 51 years old and recently laid off from my corporate job. And, daytrading is my bread and butter.
Please don't take away my only means of earning money
I am careful with my online access and would never do something stupid.