Chris Woodcock is Associate Editor of The Memo’s Finance section and also an independent technology analyst and founder of Cedilla Research. Chris was a professional footballer with Newcastle United in a former life. Follow him on Twitter @chrisjwoodcock.
With algorithms and computers dominating the buying and selling of shares on the stock market these days, can ordinary people still make money?
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If your tweets are already influencing the stock market, what’s coming next?
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