Stock exchanges could limit program trades...

Discussion in 'Trading' started by crgarcia, Jun 5, 2007.

  1. Stock exchanges could limit program trades...
    By requiring traders to enter a character sequence displayed in an image, as Google does when creating new accounts.

    Of course big financial institutions could afford hiring people to monitor the markets, and enter codes 24/7.
  2. Why would they do that?

    So they could lose 50% of their fees from the million computers trading?

    Insane idea.
  3. Just what society needs .More verificationism. Next we'll have to imput capchas for access to such essentials as air.
  4. Let me guess...execution trader :D ?
  5. It's probably part of some ISO xxxxxxxx program.