3 comments on “In which I am taken to task by someone who knows what he is talking about

  1. But Tim, you were only wrong in one respect. Someone else was “completely” wrong.

    Since the analysis of market volatility effects nearly qualifies as rocket science, most people are likely to be wrong in some respect. And as I don’t like to be wrong, that’s why I haven’t commented on the effect of FTT on market volatility. You are braver than me.

  2. “Murphy is completely wrong, except perhaps under some definition of volatility known only to himself. Worstall is wrong in stating a definite answer to the question not supported by the evidence he cites.”
    So Murphy needs to shut up and you need to include more citations that add to the debate?

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