A computer application deployed by the Charles Schwab Corporation that supported day trading online has flagged “cherry picking” of profitable trades by a Connecticut financial advisor, according to a court filing by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The SEC is focusing the case on Noah Myers, a 40-year-old financial advisor who resides in Old Lyme, Connecticut. Myers is the principal, chief investment officer, and sole owner of MiddleCove Capital, according to the filing.

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