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by blog via mask - Washingfton's Blog Saturday, Apr 28 2012, 6:01pm
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84% of All Stock Trades are by High-Frequency Computer Algorithms
Greetz to the crewz and salutations to the Uber elite:
The fragile trading system is now completely addicted to vulnerable digital technologies, as the following report clearly indicates. The message is clear, WHATEVER IT TAKES -- get in, let loose and bring down Wall St/Global markets.
direct and remote rootz, wormz-vir-troj, everything we've got -- let her rip!
Use contacts on the floor and outsourced sources - LOL! You reading this, banker cabals -- your world is coming to an END, we own the 'wire', outsourcing was a very bad idea, too late now!
We are MANY -- We are ONE -- We are INVINCIBLE!
It has been known for some time that the largest traders control the market, it's essentially a closed game; scraps are left for the mass to present the appearance that the market is 'free,' what a laugh!
As of 2010, 50-70% of all stock trades were done by high frequency trading computer algorithms.
And many other asset classes are dominated by high frequency trading as well.
Morgan Stanley has just shown (via the Financial Times) that the percentage of high frequency trading in the stock market has skyrocketed to 84%:
Trading by “real” investors is taking up the smallest share of US stock market volumes [since Morgan Stanley started keeping track 10 years ago.]
The findings highlight how US trading activity is increasingly being fuelled by fast turnover of shares by independent firms and the market-making desks of brokerages, many using high-frequency trading engines. [actually all of the market-making desks are using it.]
The proportion of US trading activity represented by buy and sell orders from mutual funds, hedge funds, pensions and brokerages, referred to as “real money” or institutional investors, accounted for just 16 per cent of total market volume in the form of buying, and 13 per cent via selling in the final quarter of last year, according to analysis by Morgan Stanley’s Quantitative and Derivative Strategies group.
It’s not just in the U.S. that high frequency trading is dominant, it is global condition!
Given the dominance of machines, do flesh-and-blood traders have a chance?
Copyright Washington's Blog.
[Feign a crash to activate redundancy systems infect everything but be patient, wait -- leave unactivated code in the 'undergrowth' for successive auto attacks. The entire GLOBAL financial network must be compromised b4 the switch is thrown -- that is the ideal! It's only another network - lol!]
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