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Intermarket Competition: Trading Decisions

  • Bob Pisani
  • Douglas Atkin
  • Michael Cormack
  • Alfred Eskandar
  • David Harris
  • David Krell
Conference paper
Part of the Zicklin School of Business Financial Markets Series book series (CUNY)

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ROBERT SCHWARTZ: It is a real pleasure to have Bob Pisani here to lead this panel for us. Bob, welcome to Baruch.

BOB PISANI: Thank you Bob. We have a very high-powered crowd here, and I do not mean just on the panel. I also mean in the audience. I see people who have been in this industry for a long time. I see people here who have shaped this industry. A lot of you people here are part of the future of this industry.

Let us start by talking about where this whole thing will end up. I have a simple theory. I call people all the time who are appalled that I am calling and asking such blunt questions, but as far as I can tell everybody is talking to everybody. That is the only way to understand what is going on. Some of our panelists can say a lot. Others may be under a few restrictions. If someone cannot answer something, I will ask someone else.

So, David Krell, when are you going to buy the New York Stock Exchange (laughter)? I mean when are you going to stop this namby-pamby...

Keywords

Market Share Stock Exchange Trading Cost Future Market Natural Monopoly 
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Copyright information

© Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2008

Authors and Affiliations

  • Bob Pisani
  • Douglas Atkin
  • Michael Cormack
  • Alfred Eskandar
  • David Harris
  • David Krell

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