Government intelligence

UK government finds computer trading more efficient. As for HFT – No direct impact on volatility, But it does lead to market instability and periodic illiquidity. …
Government intelligence at its finest

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http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20121227/OPINION/121229960/buffett-is-a-dope-or-hypocrite-or-both

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Thoughts on the CT Shootings –

I saw an entire piece on this – but the one quote that truly resonates is as follows –

 

“The progressive control freak do-gooders that believe the government can solve all problems and improve our lives with another law or regulation, have as usual come to the wrong solution for the wrong problem. Stricter gun control laws would not have averted this this tragedy. Connecticut has the 5thtoughest gun restrictions in the country according to the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence. The guns were purchased legally by the mother of the killer. Mentally deranged people should not have access to guns, knives, automobiles, gasoline, or baseball bats. The real issue is not what he used to kill these innocent people, it’s what caused him to snap. “

 

Enough said

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Credit Suisse piece on HFT

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Goldman Market Call for 2013

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The Complexity of HFT Markets

The first article to use the Taleb “Anti-fragile’ terminology

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Ted Kaufman on the SEC changes

Always pertinent to the matter at hand

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