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Programmed for Profit

Jack Kuecken


A Tale of Electronic Financial Transactions. A fictional analysis of the instability of the Stock Market

In a stock market which has been de-stabilized by massive, instantaneous, computerized trading a young electrical engineer stumbles on the a new view of the activity. Alan Sanford is a newly minted Electrical Engineer who learns the art of creating an autopilot for an inherently unstable modern jet...