Jim Cramer--or Jimmy Chill--penned an ever-poignant column on how regulators need to fix the market technology issues.
"So, if it is so darned positive to get so many people in [the market], then why have we gotten so off course so quickly? How did it get to the point where Robinhood has gone from the liberator to someone perceived in the Twitter-sphere often as the oppressor?" Cramer wrote in his Real Money column.
"Simple: the system that allows you to buy something and get it into your account or sell something and get it out is antiquated. It actually resembles more of a checking account clearing operation than a modern day credit card business, to use a system we trust," he continued.
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