Motley Fool: Institutional investors, high-frequency traders do most stock transactions

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Motley Fool: Institutional investors, high-frequency traders do most stock transactions

A: Many buyers and sellers are individual investors like us, placing small trade orders through our brokerages. But the bulk of trading is done by big institutional investors, such as mutual funds, pension funds, banks and insurance companies, and, in recent years, by high-frequency trading companies
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Sharyn MccCRumb's 'Unquiet Grave' dramatizes a mountain ghost story

If you come from West Virginia, chances are good you've heard of the “Greenbrier Ghost,” sometimes described as the only apparition accepted by an American court of law. On Jan. 23, 1897, Zona Heaster … Yet fans of McCrumb's previous best-sellers are unlikely to be disappointed here. Reporter Ben
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Books: Last-minute gift ideas, a literary road trip and more

BESTSELLERS. Two books notably popped back up onto our bestseller lists this week, undoubtedly because they make great gifts. The first is “Lincoln in the Bardo,” the 2017 novel by George Saunders; the second is the 2016 book “Atlas Obscura: An Explorer's Guide to the World's Hidden Wonders,” a
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The One Technology That Will Rewrite Medicine

For good measure, Enriquez and Venter mapped the second strand of human genome roughly six months later. Oh, how the government grant writers, … as well as major network news programs. He also co-authored international bestsellers Financial Reckoning Day and Empire of Debt with Bill Bonner.
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