China White Tea: This. The appalling part of this isn't that they farked up - it's that they're allowed to take a mulligan because reasons.
mcreadyblue: Do high frequency traders buy/sell options?
China White Tea: Traders who saw their transactions voided have grounds to be unhappy, he added."I would be royally, royally ticked off if a broker, exchange or client mistakenly sold equities and I bought and then found out that they'd all been canceled later," Skipp said. "So you're allowed to go at the market in a very sophisticated fashion, at a thousand miles an hour with 8,000 different orders and your sole goal is efficacy, and when it backfires on you you're allowed to claim foul? No way. That's your game."This. The appalling part of this isn't that they farked up - it's that they're allowed to take a mulligan because reasons.
Ivo Shandor: China White Tea: This. The appalling part of this isn't that they farked up - it's that they're allowed to take a mulligan because reasons.That also happened after the 2010 "flash crash". If the wrong people lose money, it's a do-over.
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