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(Don Boudreaux) Tweet“Who’s Robbin’ Who?” My old buddy Roger Koppl has written a superb explanation of Robinhood, the Redditors, and the regulators. A slice: No one specifically decided to give the Redditors a smackdown. So everything’s great, then? No! The regulatory environment is not meant to...

Free speech is usually considered a constitutional right, which is certainly correct. It’s also often discussed as a human right—also correct. But the benefits of free speech go further. Free speech acts as a gateway toward human improvement and the betterment of society. How, you ask?...

Free speech is usually considered a constitutional right, which is certainly correct. It’s also often discussed as a human right—also correct. But the benefits of free speech go further. Free speech acts as a gateway toward human improvement and the betterment of society. How, you ask?...

Free speech is usually considered a constitutional right, which is certainly correct. It’s also often discussed as a human right—also correct. But the benefits of free speech go further. Free speech acts as a gateway toward human improvement and the betterment of society. How, you ask?...

Image credit: istockAnalysis and Commentaryvia The Grumpy EconomistDavid Battan writing in the WSJ brings come clarity to Robin Hood's trading stop. It raises some questions for me, however. Much of the problem seems to stem from two-day clearing and settlement, and brokers lending people money to...