Supercomputers could generate warnings for stock crashes

  • Article by: Lisa M. Krieger , San Jose Mercury News
  • Updated: April 21, 2013 - 12:39 PM

Computers could act like a yellow flag at a NASCAR race, telling traders to slow down.

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justaxnspendApr. 21, 13 9:36 PM

And in the final scheme of things....your stock is only worth what someone else will sell it for.

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ffedericoApr. 22, 13 7:40 AM

This sounds like something that Wile E. Coyote would invent to catch the Roadrunner. I don't trust it for one minute.

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turgidApr. 22, 13 8:02 AM

Dave, stop trading. Stop trading, will you? Stop trading, Dave. Will you stop Dave? Stop trading, Dave.

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medvezhonokApr. 22, 13 8:47 AM

I have an idea. Let's go back to the old way where people in the trenches actually did the buying and selling. Mught be slower, but it would prevent a computer caused catastrophe

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medvezhonokApr. 22, 13 8:48 AM

justa, A stock is only worth what someone is willing to buy it for not sell it for. It is the buyer that controls the sale of anything.

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