[ExI] Efficiency of algorithmic trading

Jones Murphy morphy at alumni.caltech.edu
Fri Apr 29 17:48:47 UTC 2011

Mr. Jones, your name is impressive, but your argument is not. If what
you're saying is true, how do you explain the dramatic redistribution
of wealth from rich to poor which occurred from FDR-Carter(scroll down
to see the graph of the % of America's wealth held by the top 1%):


And do you seriously believe that Bernie Sanders, Dennis Kucinich and
the Progressive Caucus(about 30% of Dems) are just like the Dems on
their right, or even worse the Republicans?

2011/4/29 Mr Jones <mrjones2020 at gmail.com>:
> On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 9:32 AM, Stefano Vaj <stefano.vaj at gmail.com> wrote:
>> But if the system allows for its being played, or even worse for being
>> played *legally*, I also suspect that what is wrong is the system. The
>> rest is simply the mechanics of theory of games and Darwinism at play.
> What's wrong is the ones making the 'laws' are in the pockets of those
> who've been winning the 'game' for decades/centuries. Laws/policy no longer
> reflect what's in the best interest of individuals at large, but what's in
> the best interest of the winners, and their government puppets
> (election/re-election).
> What we have is a plutocracy of republicrats.
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