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Will helping traders trade better make any impression on the market?

Or will it make no difference?


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There are many markets. Much offers and much demand means more liquidity.
For every buy there is a sell. So more traders or "better traders" are making
the market more liquid but NOT behaving differently.
One can find a lot of literature on this topic starting with Adam Smith's first
view on open markets theory up to very recent writers.

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There are many markets. Much offers and much demand means more liquidity.
For every buy there is a sell. So more traders or "better traders" are making
the market more liquid but NOT behaving differently.
One can find a lot of literature on this topic starting with Adam Smith's first
view on open markets theory up to very recent writers.

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Thanks for your post, I know this is a very vague question and I appreciate the answer. Do you have a specific or favorite book of his in mind?


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No need to (re-)read all of the old economist forethinkers.
Some recent reflections on theories might help further.
A very interesting article you can download here:

Financial conventions in Keynes's theory: the stock exchange | David Dequech - Academia.edu

Only in german there is a standard book for economists learning market theory:
Definition Informationsökonomik / Markttheorie | Gabler Wirtschaftslexikon

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