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More top-performing CAPS members are feeling bullish on Interactive Brokers Group
Despite a significant drop in revenue in the first quarter, many CAPS members see big potential for the electronic market maker and broker that some see as unfairly lumped in with banks and other financial institutions. While Interactive Brokers competes with large banks like Citigroup
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