Nasdaq Options Break Again, Clients May "Experience An Influx" Of Messages

Tyler Durden's picture

That Nasdaq's options market is broken again as the market opens is no surprise. It is now a daily occurrence. However, the associated message is worth the 2 cent price of admission (or 0.5 cent liquidity provision rebate, depending on one's inclination): "Clients may experience an influx of symbol add messages." Sure why not. Just remember to BTFATH.

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Say What Again's picture

I urge everyone to call 215-496-1571 and ask to order a pizza, or anything else that you can think of.  Just keep calling

Emergency Ward's picture

How about a Philly cheese steak.....

LawsofPhysics's picture

"Free markets" at work, move along...

Everybodys All American's picture

Denial of service by all means necessary to keep this scam going.

DavidC's picture

"However, the associated message is worth the 2 cent price of admission (or 0.5 cent liquidity provision rebate, depending on one's inclination)"

Tyler(s),
This is why I like ZH so much, its dryness (and acuity!) of humour is so funny!

DavidC

q99x2's picture

I'm pretty sure that FRAUD begets complexity and if it is continued long enough everything breaks; like having 3 girlfriends.

MeelionDollerBogus's picture

like having 3 girlfriends who all  have other boyfriends and one of those boyfriends is gonna get in a huge fight with the other girlfriend's friend if they ever get stuck in front of you at the same time because she the baby-momma and the 3rd girlfriend's other boyfriend is also your buddy but you don't know it yet.
And... one of them is about to post a compromising picture on Facebook to topple the house of cards.
That about sums it up.

Hindenburg...Oh Man's picture

You had 15 mins to BTFD today at the open on the NASDAQ. A little longer than the normal 2-5 mins. 

BudFox2012's picture

"This is shocking, I NEVER thought I would see this again" said noone ever.

n8dawg84's picture

Seems like this happens once a week.  Waiting for the big one...

shawnmike's picture

Meanwhile the controlled sell-off in US equities is just that, completely controlled, and ready for the late day ramp. All while they go mad for bonds. Whatever, don't think anyone's jumping from windows on Wall Street just yet

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