Terrance Odean

University of California, Berkeley

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Rudd Family Foundation Professor of Finance at the University of California, Berkeley's Haas School of Business

Terrance Odean on KCRW

The Wall Street market maker Knight Capital is back in business today, at a much-reduced value, despite the  chaos caused by a computer malfunction  last week.

Knight Capital and High Speed Trading on Wall Street

The Wall Street market maker Knight Capital is back in business today, at a much-reduced value, despite the chaos caused by a computer malfunction last week.

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Knight Capital is a so-called "market maker," using high-speed computers to keep Wall Street fair and orderly. Last week  it created chaos  instead.

Algorithms on Wall Street and in the Rest of Our Lives

Knight Capital is a so-called "market maker," using high-speed computers to keep Wall Street fair and orderly. Last week it created chaos instead.

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