Seaonal Statistics For August 30

Using taxation to adjust for negative externalities has always been an accepted practice in free market economics. If robots destroy the worlds capital markets, would that not qualify as a negative externality? Perhaps a small transaction tax on high frequency trades would save the world’s financial markets.

Expected Seasonal Pattern Compared To Actual Trading
Historical Statistics


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