Making Markets to Take the Risk

The Identity Objective

Futures markets are not formulated to take risk but to make it so the “takers” take it. Although, wholesale, market makers make what the takers take, the makers always argue that the “takers” are self-determined looters and slackers. The argument is a fraud because the so-called takers are buying what the makers are making. Risk is retailed (financially engineered) to anticipate the reward in the future, yielding to an elite identity.

What are the choices if you are not buying what the makers are selling? For the retail investor, the probability of yield is zero if you don’t at least try, right? Can’t win if you don’t play the game and the result (financially engineered by default) is to “take” the risk, effectively paying the capitalist a premium for doing a great job fleecing you “on demand!”

When HFTs fold horizontal space and stuff it in a black box to gain a timing advantage, it is referred to as “making a market.” Since markets are made to supply demand, the method yield has a free-market legitimacy, which the capitalist relies on to avoid the liability that comes with avoiding the risk instead of taking it like in a free market.

People that own a lot of capital employ the methods needed to yield a natural advantage. The formula yields, naturally, to the intended identity, owned by occupation (fully culpable), compressing space-time at a higher frequency to chart the inexistent ontology (the unnatural identity) of a negative yield (being and nothingness) that infers an objective reality devoid of imperative moral value, guided only by the random stochastic of uncharted risks hiding in the futures, formulated with intention to mitigate the fully assumed risk of loss.


About griffithlighton

musician-composer, artist, writer, philosopher and political economist (M.A.)
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