There’s a peculiar piece in The Atlantic about peculiar behavior of robot traders.
As usual, I have no idea what these robots are up to, but it probably isn’t about making me rich. The picture shows “an extreme closeup of just one second of trading of the stock SHG, the Shinhan Financial Group. This is 760 quotes from a total of 10,000 made in 12 seconds.”
Now, why would a robot do that? There’s no telling with these robot traders.
My suggestion is to take these pictures and ask Professor Azzi.
I bet he has an explanation.